As he was alone there, he lived in an apartment for years with a drum kit and a guitar making music all day and exploring music.
He was even sent to jail once because while he was riding the subway before the fall of Berlin wall, he found himself above ground in the middle of a political demonstration.
He took on the name Richard Kruspe-Bernstein during their marriage.
Sometime in 2001 he moved from Berlin to New York to live closer to his now ex-wife Caron. His name is now back to its original "Kruspe" as the divorce was finalized.
Because of the poor relationship with his step-father, Kruspe often ran away from home in his early teens and slept on park benches.
He later got into wrestling as a way to channel his anger.
At the age of nineteen, bored with the apathetic music scene in his home town, he moved to East Berlin and lived on the Lychener Straße and “made music all day’.
For two years, Richard lived in an apartment with a drum kit and a guitar, and he made music by himself because he did not know anybody there.
In 1893 operation of the firm was turned over to Eduard's son, Fritz Kruspe (ca.
Kruspe married South African actress Caron Bernstein on October 29, 1999.
The ceremony was Jewish and Kruspe composed the music for it.
Later after the fall of Berlin wall, he moved to back east of Berlin, Germany. And his third child Maxime Alaska Bossieux is with Margaux Bossieux. His parents divorced when he was young and his mother remarried.
According to Caron, Kruspe’s affair with Margaux was also the reason for their divorce. He ran away from home because of his poor relationship with his step-father. Kruspe ran away from home, he had a very bad time and at the age of 16, he visited Czechoslovakia with his friends, he bought a guitar and thought to sell it so that he could get a nice profit.