Mom of movie producer Bradley Thomas’ wife Isabelle speaks out on ‘worst possible nightmare’ after daughter’s hotel fall

Mom of movie producer Bradley Thomas’ wife Isabelle speaks out on ‘worst possible nightmare’ after daughter’s hotel fall

THE mother of Isabelle Thomas, a documentary filmmaker, and wife of movie producer Bradley Thomas, has broken her silence on the “nightmare” that is her daughter’s death.

Isabelle Thomas fell to her death on Monday at a Los Angeles hotel, according to the Los Angeles Medical Examiner – the manner of death was listed as a suicide.

Mom of movie producer Bradley Thomas’ wife Isabelle speaks out on ‘worst possible nightmare’ after daughter’s hotel fall
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Isabelle Thomas’ mother has broken her silence following the documentary filmmaker’s tragic death[/caption]


Thomas jumped to her death from the roof of the Hotel Angeleno in Brentwood California on Monday[/caption]

She had been married to the Killers of the Flower Moon producer since 2018.

“This is the worst possible nightmare,” Thomas’ mother, Penelope Lawrence, exclusively told The U.S. Sun.

Lawrence lives in the UK and said she is planning on traveling to Los Angeles as soon as possible.

“I’ll shortly be going out to LA,” she said. “My daughter is married to an American who is in the spotlight and he is still trying to deal with it.

“It is a very sad event.”

The Los Angeles Police Department revealed that Thomas jumped from the roof of the hotel around 1:20 in the afternoon.

“Isabelle was the light of our lives,” her loved ones said in a statement. “She was courageous and took all life’s opportunities without fear, showering love and kindness on her friends, family, and children along the way.”

No suicide note was left behind, reported TMZ.

Thomas was born in Bath, England, in 1984 and graduated from Oxford with a degree in biological sciences.

She was raised in the Cotswolds alongside her older brother Christopher Lawrence.

She moved to Los Angeles to pursue her passion for filmmaking.

“Her projects were as diverse as her passions, reflecting a curiosity about people and our culture that inspired everyone lucky enough to spend time with her,” read the statement.

“We remember her as a soul mate, beautiful daughter, sister, devoted mother and wife.”


Thomas’ distraught father told The U.S. Sun he has “absolutely no idea why this happened or what was troubling her. It is so awful.”

“I was last in contact with her a couple of weeks ago,” said Sir Henry Lawrence, 7th Baronet of Lucknow.

Thomas shared twin daughters with her husband, Poppy and Grace, and was a stepmother to Bradley’s older children, Lucy and Charlie.

The couple was recently spotted on the awards trail to promote Marin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

The drama epic received 10 Oscar nominations last week.

Thomas joined her husband at the yearly BAFTA Tea Party in Beverly Hills earlier this month.

“Our family has been overwhelmed by her sudden death this week and we are infinitely grateful to her many friends for their outpouring of love,” her family said in a statement.

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She was married to Hollywood movie producer Bradley Thomas[/caption]

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The couple had two children together and she was the stepmother of his eldest children[/caption]

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