More than a decade after the death of the first man she ever loved, supermodel-turned-actress Jaime King reveals that the tragedy took its toll on her in a supernatural way.
Interviewed on Spiritual Warriors, Jaime – who stars opposite Mickey Rourke, Clive Owen and Jessica Alba in next year’s Sin City 2 – says that after her beau, fashion photographer David Sorrenti, passed away from a rare genetic blood disorder in 1997, she would never be the same.
“I was 17 years old and for the first time in my life I realized how precious life was. It really thew me into a tailspin where I was having a lot of anxiety and panic attacks. All of a sudden I realized life at any moment could be gone,” she tells host Jsu Garcia.
“I remember I went to sleep one night and I had this really weird out-of-body exper- ience where all of a sudden I was up in the ceiling, and I opened my eyes and I’m looking at the ceiling and I turned around and I was looking at my body in the bed. It was the most bizarre experience because then I saw myself on this long gravel road,” the Fanboys star continues.
“I reached down and I picked up this gravel in the sand and I felt it through my fingers falling. I got really scared and I felt this wind being sucked into me. And all of a sudden I was back down in my body again.”
Jaime also expresses her sadness at Natasha Richardson’s tragic death last week after taking a spill on a Canadian ski slope.
To hear Jaime’s full interview, which includes a surprise visit from actress Sally Kirkland, click here.