‘Thor’ and ‘Terminator: Salvation’ actor Isaac Kappy has been confirmed as the man who jumped to his death from a bridge in Arizona on Monday, according to TMZ.
Officials confirmed on Tuesday that Kappy, 42, was struck by a Ford pickup truck after hurling himself from the Transwestern Road bridge onto Interstate 40, where he died, according to TMZ.
Kappy made headlines in 2018 for allegedly assaulting Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris, by choking her ‘during a game night party’ last year.
The native Angeleno has also publicly accused Seth Green of being a pedophile.
Thor and Terminator: Salvation actor Isaac Kappy, 34, jumped to his death on Monday, according to TMZ. Seen here in 2012
Kappy ‘jumped off a bridge in Arizona and died’ said TMZ on Tuesday.
Before the Fanboys actor died, ‘several bystanders tried physically restraining Kappy from jumping but failed to hold him’.
The tragic end followed a final, rambling Instagram post by Isaac.
Taking to the social media site on Monday, Kappy wrote a scathing assessment of his own character, which included the words, ‘I HAVE NOT been a good guy.’
‘I have betrayed MANY people and much trust. I have sold drugs. I have tax delinquencies. I have debts. I have abused my body with cigarettes, drugs and alcohol.’
The native Angeleno was also accused of assault against Michael Jackson’s daughter, after ‘allegedly choked [Paris] during a game night party’ last year, claimed the gossip site. Paris seen here in February 2019
He also claimed to have ‘betrayed’ Donald Trump and Jesus Christ in the missive.
It ended with the words: ‘This lesson has come too late for me, but perhaps it can inspire you.’
‘I will be using the remainder of my time on earth to atone for my transgressions, and to seek the light within, in myself and in others’.
The letter was signed off, ‘July 4th, 2019 [SIC] Return of the King Return to THE LIGHT.’
Taking to the social media site on Monday, Kappy wrote a scathing assessment of his own character, which included the words, ‘I HAVE NOT been a good guy’
Paris Jackson moved out of her home and beefed up her security in the wake of her former friend’s creepy behavior towards her.
Isaac Kappy is reportedly being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department for threatening her, and other celebrities.
According to TMZ, Kappy allegedly choked Paris during a game night party and accused Seth Green of being a pedophile in a video posted online in July.
The 21-year-old model had received ‘rambling and scary’ texts from her former pal according to the site; sources claim she initially responded to them to help him because she though he was suicidal.
She has now been forced to move home and hire extra bodyguards, and has since blocked his number.
Police were apparently inspired to open the investigation after seeing a particularly menacing tweet that read: ‘In light of the interesting traffic happening around my house I want to make something CRYSTAL CLEAR: While I am a VERY strong advocate of peaceful disclosure, make no mistake, assets are in place and if you kill me or even try, it will rain .50 cals in the Hollywood Hills.’
In a 2018 video, Kappy also alleged Austin Powers actor Seth Green was ‘a pedophile’. He’s seen here with Vanderpump Rules star Tom Sandoval in 2015
Per his Twitter account, Isaac appears to be on a crusade to take down people he believes are sexually abusing children. His timeline is full of retweeted news stories about pedophiles and rants about high-profile people accused of sex crimes and some who aren’t.
He previously called out the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy for defending ousted director James Gunn and Bill Clinton.
Kappy had also, according to his Twitter, tried to reach out to Corey Feldman to take on pedophilia together. Corey blocked him on Twitter and did not respond.
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