Published Aug 29, 2017The family of late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington is establishing an organization to help fans who are struggling to come to terms with the vocalist's suicide.
Sources close to the family tell TMZ that the organization will look to raise awareness and provide resources to fans and young people contemplating suicide.
According to the report, the family is worried that fans may want to "glorify or somehow honour" the deaths of Bennington and his own late friend and musical peer Chris Cornell by taking their own lives.
There is currently no timeline for when the organization will be established.
Following Bennington's death, his Linkin Park bandmates established a tribute site that also provides links to resources for anyone struggling or in need of support. Contact information for the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Crisis Text Line and international organizations are all available here.