Publicado: Vie, May 17, 2019
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Actor Isaac Kappy Dies After Jumping Off A Bridge

Actor Isaac Kappy Dies After Jumping Off A Bridge

Isaac Kappy was found dead on Monday morning in Arizona. The 42-year-old penned a final letter, which he posted on Instagram before his death.

He had played small roles in major movies like the role of a pet store clerk in the 2011 blockbuster movie "Thor" and that of Barbarossa in the 2009 "Terminator Salvation". There was nobody like him and there will never be again.

Entertainment Tonight is reporting, Kappy was hit bit a moving vehicle after the actor "forced himself" off a bridge. Authorities reported no other injuries occurred and the investigation has been closed. A couple of eye witness accounts claim they tried to help Kappy, but he forced his way out of their grips to jump.

Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Bart Graves spoke of the incident to the website. He was then struck by a passing vehicle.

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USA police confirmed that the 42-year-old died in Arizona and that his death is being investigated as a suicide. "Mr. Kappy died on-scene". While he did not go into detail, one could infer one of Kappy's apologies were meant for his old friend Paris Jackson, who accused him of choking her at a party a year ago.

According to TMZ Kappy allegedly choked Jackson at a party and posted videos accusing Green and his wife of being paedophiles.

Kappy, who admitted to abusing drugs and alcohol, apologized to President Trump and included numerous references to the far-right conspiracy group QAnon, writing, "While I supposedly wanted to make America great, I have not put much work AT ALL into making MYSELF great".

The actor took to his Instagram on Monday night to post a long final message in which he reflected the internal struggles he had with himself, confessing the shame he felt from selling drugs and using and abusing his loved ones; with the caption: "Beware the man has nothing to lose, for he has nothing to protect". You can read the full note in the gallery. He refers to a "really stupid, cynical, heavy decision" that he had recently made, and said: "I didn't spend enough time nurturing the light and love within me". The words are haunting, especially in light of his death.

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