Late Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington’s ex-wife Samantha Olit wrote a lengthy, livid Facebook post Wednesday criticizing the handling of his funeral service, insisting the singer’s life was only reduced to a mere twelve years.
Bennington committed suicide in July at age 41.
Olit was married to Bennington from 1996 until 2005 and share one son, Draven. That same year, Bennington tied the knot with former model Talinda Bentley. They had three children together. He also had two children from a previous relationship.
Olit slammed Bentley for reportedly excluding her son from Bennington’s funeral proceedings.
“My son & I have not had the opportunity to speak not even at his funeral (that only represented his life that he was married to his new wife) no photos but one of him anywhere,” she wrote. “Dra was never treated equally by T & never wanted to go there because of that… Oh thanks for not honoring the one wish my son had by sharing his prayer with his siblings & throwing the rose quarts (sic) into the ocean with him… it was a disgusting delusional display on all people who spoke at the funeral & their characters.”
Olit also took with the fact that Bennington’s service was a poor attempt to honor him properly.
"Never mentioning a man who grew up from a little boy and loved many things, becoming a rock star was just one thing,” she added. “We’re (sic) were photos of him,? why did the program look like a cheap happy hour menu?! I’m so disgusted on so many levels! Their (sic) were many friends & family that should have been there but when you turn a funeral into reducing someone’s life into only 12 years that’s what you get!”
Olit also revealed that not only Bennington’s father wasn’t in attendance, but his parents, siblings, or his children’s mothers weren't mentioned in the program. She claimed “the truth on every level” will ultimately emerge, and they haven’t received any of his ashes.
"I hope you like capitalizing on his death," she said. "Karma is real. I send you back all your energy to you a thousand time folds! Look in the mirror, I hope you like what you see. Business is business but I see Zero love."
A rep for Bennington did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.