Lou Reed electrocuted because he was young had panic attacks and suffered from social phobia, says sister Merrill Reed Weiner once and for all want to kill the persistent rumors that surrounded his brother growing up.
In a text published on the site Medium tells Merrill Reed Weiner, who is himself a psychoanalyst, how Lou Reed was suffering from mental health problems during adolescence on Long Island and later in New York, writes The Guardian.
When, after the collapse went into a state of intense anxiety and evasive, recommended a psychiatrist electroshock therapy, writes Merrill Reed Weiner who is very critical of psychiatry in the 60′s.
On Saturday elected Lou Reed posthumously into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum at a ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio. His legendary band The Velvet Underground was elected 1996.
Lou Reed died in October 2013 with a liver disease. He was 71 years.