The family are planning an intimate funeral for Robin Williams.
But, friends and family can be disturbed in their grief.
Westboro Baptist Church is planning a hated thanks against the actor during the funeral, writes Mirror.
The actor Robin Williams was found dead after suspected suicide on 11 August.
After the shock, the grieving family started the funeral plans.
According to the Mirror wants widow Susan Schneider the ceremony to be intimate with only those closest to the bereaved friends and relatives on the site near Williams home in San Francisco, according to the Mirror.
Now it seems that they may have unwelcome visit.
Planning hated thanks
The ultra-conservative Baptist church Westboro Baptist Church is planning heckle the memory of the actor during the funeral.
“Westboro Baptist Church hopes to preach in lawful proximity to Robin Williams funeral to warn the living: Repent or lost their lives in the same way,” wrote a representative on Twitter according to the Mirror.
The Assembly has not commented why Robin Williams funeral becomes a target for their propaganda, but according to the Mirror is a likely reason that Williams played a gay man in the movie “The Birdcage” (1996).
Former Hackled Michael Jackson
After Williams death demonstrated township outside Google headquarters where members held up placards with hateful formulations.
Westboro Baptist Church led by long Fred Phelps , commonly known as “hatkungen “who died last spring. After his death, spoke Assembly that it was long since they had a pronounced leader.
The Assembly has previously demonstrated during Michael Jackson’s funeral in 2009, and Ronnie James Dios funeral a year later.