Robin Williams turned down a hefty offer to headline two shows in Las Vegas before his death, reports claim.
Apparently, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace was willing to pay the comedian a whopping $600,000 two years ago to perform for just a couple nights. Ticket prices would have ranged from $75-$150.
One of the reasons suggested for Robin's refusal was a conflicting work schedule. He was supposedly shooting his canceled CBS series, The Crazy Ones, at the time of the offer.
The report contradicts previous rumors the 63-year-old was seriously strapped for cash at the time of his suicide on Aug. 11.
After it was revealed Robin had suffered from severe depression, many speculated that two failed marriages and expensive alimony payments had pushed him over the edge.
The Good Will Hunting star divorced first wife Valerie Velardi in 1988 after 10 years and second wife Marsha Garces in 2008 after 19 years. He has reportedly paid an estimated $33 million to his exes.
Survived by third wife, Susan Schneider, and kids, Zachary, Zelda and Cody, Robin died from asphyxiation due to hanging. His ashes are said to have been scattered in the San Francisco Bay.
TMZ was the first to obtain the AEG Live performance offer.