Now, we get that the real complaint here isn't necessarily the death itself but rather all the commotion surrounding the removal of her body, the swarms of police and EMS, and of course, the paparazzi. None of which, granted, is ideal.
But it's kind of one of those situations you find yourself in sometimes where no one can be adequately faulted, so instead you pick the easiest target (in this case, the Front Desk agents) and make them the object of your free-flowing anger.
According to TMZ, here's the hotel's response:
"The hotel cooperated fully with the Beverly Hills police which included securing the fourth floor to insure the safety and well-being of all guests ... and regrets any inconvenience that may have occurred in the immediate aftermath of Saturday’s events"
So, there you have it.
What do you make of this? Are guests justified in seeking reimbursement for their disrupted stays? Sound off below!