A well-known supporting actor, Isaac Kappy, tragically took his own life earlier this month. He was only 42 years old at the time of his death.
Kappy landed a number of supporting acting roles in big-league movies such as “Thor” and “Terminator Salvation.” He was also cast in Disney’s “Lemonade Mouth” and the film “Beerfest.”
Reports stated that Kappy jumped off a bridge, landing on to a highway in Arizona. Two bystanders attempted to stop him but were, unfortunately, unsuccessful. A vehicle driving by on the interstate reportedly struck him to his death.
According to Fox News, the late actor was in a very “troubled” place prior to his death. His last social media post expressed regret for being “a pretty bad guy.” His long missive even included an apology to President Donald Trump and Jesus Christ.
Ahead of his passing, he was also facing legal issues. Kappy was being investigated by the LAPD after he allegedly choked Paris Jackson and sent her unsettling text messages, reported TMZ. Following the incident, Jackson even upped her security, moved out of her home, and blocked Kappy’s cell phone number.
This story is still developing as many details remain unclear. If more information is released to the public, this article will be updated accordingly.
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