Sons of Anarchy’s Johnny “Half-Sack” Lewis Found Dead, Suspected of Murder

Wow, here’s a rather insane story regarding Sons of Anarchy and The OC veteran Johnny Lewis. The 26 year-old actor was found yesterday in LA, along with the body of his 81 year old landlord, who he’s suspected to have murdered.

From TMZ:

“According to our law enforcement sources, 28-year-old Lewis was found in a driveway Wednesday morning in the Los Feliz neighborhood — and the elderly woman who owned the home was found dead inside … the victim of a homicide.  Investigators say they believe Lewis beat the woman to death. According to multiple reports, neighbors heard the 81-year-old woman screaming … and then saw a young man outside her home attack 2 other men with a piece of wood … before he climbed onto the roof and falling to his death. Lewis was renting a room from the 81-year-old victim.Law enforcement sources tell us Lewis is the sole suspect in the woman’s murder, and they are not looking for other possible suspects.”

Further details are scarce right now, but this sounds like an insane, twisted tragedy. Behavior this bizarre may imply drugs were involved, but that info is not being released right now.

If I get word in from the Sons of Anarchy cast or crew about this, I’ll post it here, along with any other details that may come out.

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