Kate Quigley speaks out after surviving overdose that killed three and says she's 'so f**king tired of lies'

COMEDIAN Kate Quigley is speaking out after surviving an overdose that killed three people, saying she's "so f**king tired of lies" in a new Facebook post.

Quigley shared her thoughts on the social media platform on May 7, stating that she "cannot keep silent anymore."

"I need to speak to something that I've been struggling very hard with for months."

"Look:. Doing Cocaine (or any illegal substance) isn't smart or healthy," Quigley wrote. "Risking your life for a party is a mistake. But I believe that Lying & completely decimating someone mentally to protect your own a** is worse."

Quigley goes on to state that three individuals are telling comic clubs and employees that she "murdered" her friends or "didn't call 911 to hide drugs."

"I've heard this too many times to ignore," she wrote.


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"I never speak out about that night like this, mostly in an attempt to maintain my own positivity, but I'm so soooo f**king tired of lies."

Quigley wrote that she recently recorded an episode of Red Table Talk to "warn people about not making the same mistakes I did."

"It was extremely difficult for me, and I did it out of love for my friend Fu who passed away the night I almost did."

"I've tried to be the bigger person. To just avoid everyone And remain silent, but I can't anymore. It's impossible," she wrote.

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Quigley wrote she's doing her best "to stay strong," but that she's not perfectly fine.

"But I'm fighting to be happy every day. I don't blame ANYONE for that night except for myself for doing a line of what I thought was cocaine."

She added that she's "very close" to suing the three individuals "doing everything possible to break me down."

"And I would absolutely win," she wrote.

Quigley goes on to thank those who have supported her through this time.

"It means everything. you have no idea."

She also states that her post is "not a cry for help," but that she's sharing a true message and what she's learned from the ordeal.

"When u die and come back, it really makes u not care an ounce about fame or money," she wrote. "It makes u realize that literally, LITERALLY, all u want the moment you think is your last is to see the people u love."

"I spent 24 hrs not knowing if I would die alone in a hospital bed. I was paralyzed, with no phone. I thought I would never see my mom again or even get to talk to her to say goodbye.

"I guess I'm writing this to make sure that you guys choose better people, and spend your time more wisely than I have. Please make sure the people u love realllllllly love u back.

"I PROMISE in the end, it's all u want. It's honestly all I know anymore."

Quigley was found unresponsive by police inside the plush $1.8 million apartment she rents on the Venice Canals in September 2021.

Fellow comic Fuquan Johnson, 42, was pronounced dead at the scene alongside stand-up Enrico Colangeli, 48, and Quigley's 33-year-old friend Natalie Williamson.

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Investigators believe the four friends all consumed a batch of cocaine that had been laced with fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin.

Quigley was rushed to the hospital in critical condition but survived.

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