Isaac Kappy, who had small roles in films such as Thor and Terminator Salvation, has died at age 42. The Arizona Department of Public Safety identified him as the man who jumped to his death on Monday, May 13.
Bart Graves, the spokesperson for DPS, told The Arizona Daily Sun that the actor was on the Transwestern Road bridge and leaped onto Interstate 40, where he was then struck by a pickup truck and killed. Authorities also told the paper that two teens who were driving by tried to hold Kappy back and prevent him from jumping, but weren’t successful.
“We don’t know why Mr. Kappy took his own life,” Graves told the Daily Sun.
However, the actor, who made headlines for alleged bad behavior against celebrities, appears to have left a note on Instagram apologizing for his wrongs.
“Over the course of the last week, through introspection that should have happened MANY years ago, I have come to some stark revelations about my character. It is a testament to my utter arrogance that these revelations had not come sooner,” he posted on Sunday, May 12. “You see, I believed myself to be a good guy. I HAVE NOT been a good guy. In fact, I have been a pretty bad guy throughout my life.”
He went on to list some of his transgressions, including, betrayals, substance abuse, not pay debts, being “abusive” to those who love him, gambling, and more.
Kappy also apologized in his lengthy statement. “To the MANY people I have acted abusively towards, I am very, very sorry,” he wrote, before noting that he planned to make amends. “I will be using the remainder of my time on earth to atone for my transgressions, and to seek the light within, in others and myself.”
He dated the note “July 4th 2019.”
Of the people Kappy possibly wronged was Paris Jackson, who accused him of choking her during a 2018 party. He also accused Seth Green of pedophilia. TMZ reported at the time that he also tweeted that he’d have a shootout with Los Angeles police, which led to law enforcement opening an investigation into the actor.
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