Actor Johnny Lewis Murder Suicide House in Los Angeles, CA
3605 Lowry Road, Los Angeles, CA
The house in Los Angeles, CA where police discovered the body of an 81-year-old woman that had died from blunt-head trauma and strangulation. Investigators suspect that the 28-year-old Sons of Anarchy actor, Johnny Lewis attacked Davis in her home on 9/6/2012. Davis had rented a room to the actor. After killing his elderly landlady and her cat, he then either fell or jumped off of the roof of the house to his death. Lewis was later found dead in the driveway.
Lewis grew up in the Los Angeles, his family were members of the Church of Scientology. His parents attained the highest available level within Scientology. He left the church in his early20s. He left home at the age of 18 to pursue an acting career. He began getting opportunities to be in commercials and then guest starring roles in TV shows, then later films.
He guest starred in four episodes of the Nickelodeon television series Drake & Josh as Scottie. His debut film performance premiered in the New Line Cinema's Raise Your Voice (2004) alongside Hilary Duff. Lewis is best known for playing Kip "Half-Sack" Epps in the first two seasons of the FX series Sons of Anarchy.
Lewis dated American singer Katy Perry from 2005 to 2006. In 2009, he learned he and his then-girlfriend, actress Diane Gaeta, were expecting a baby girl. They split up a year later and had a long custody battle that Lewis ultimately lost.
On October 30, 2011, Lewis suffered head injuries from a high-speed motorcycle accident. He started manifesting bizarre and illogical behavior and was arrested in January 2012 for striking two men in the head with a bottle while engaged in a fight. Six weeks later he was arrested again for attempting to break into a woman's home. His Dad wanted him to get help, but Lewis refused.
His probation official expressed that he was "very concerned for the well-being of Lewis and the community he lived in. He felt that Lewis suffered from mental health issues as well as chemical dependency, and that he would "continue to be a threat to any community he may reside in". Lewis was released from a Los Angeles County, California, jail on September 21, 2012, five days before his death.
An autopsy report released on November 29, 2012 stated that Lewis did not have any drugs or alcohol in his system when he died. There was no indication that Lewis had been pushed or that he jumped from the roof in an act of suicide. His death was ruled accidental.
His family has spoken out about Lewis's history of untreated head trauma, leading some to speculate that he developed a psychological disorder, which led to his sudden spurts of violence.
According to Zillow.com the house he murdered the 81-year-old woman in was built in 1928 and is 7455 sq ft in size.
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In South Carolina, a seller and/or agent are not required to disclose a prior death on the property, but should answer truthfully if they are asked and they know, but no legal action can be taken against them for failing to disclose.