In the autumn of 2000, Margaret Trudeau was falling apart. Two months before, Pierre had died. Two years earlier, Michel had been killed. The death of her former husband and the loss of her youngest son were body blows. A life of divorce, drugs, alcohol í¢ŒóŒñ ricocheting between celebrity and notoriety and wealth and privation í¢ŒóŒñ was now presenting a bill. It was all too much.