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[Movies] Sons of Anarchy Alumni Was Not On Drugs At The Time of His Death
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 11.30.2012



Johnny Lewis, the actor who played Half-Sack in Sons of Anarchy, was drug-free when he killed his landlady and subsequently fell off a roof to his death. TMZ reports that the autopsy results were released yesterday and revealed that Lewis had no alcohol or drugs in his system when he died in September.

As a refresher, Lewis had been released from Jail six days before he killed Catherine Davis, his eighty-one year-old landlady, and her cat. He then fell from a roof and died from the fall. His autopsy noted that his body had nail marks on both sides of his neck, and appeared to have suffered partial strangulation.





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