Actor leaves extremely bizarre message on Instagram featuring apology to President Trump and QAnon just before killing himself
Actor Isaac Kappy committed suicide following a bizarre and rambling message on Instagram that included an apology to President Donald Trump and a group of conspiracy theorists.
Kappy, who once made headlines for reportedly choking Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, during a 2018 party, also made news headlines for alleging that some celebrities and Hollywood figures were pedophiles.
What are the details of his death?
Police reported that Kappy, 42, forced himself off a bridge over a freeway on Monday near Flagstaff, Arizona.
According to the Arizona Daily Sun, Kappy died at the scene after leaping from the bridge and landing on the freeway below, where a vehicle struck him.
Prior to his death, Kappy performed small parts in movies like "Thor" and "Terminator: Salvation."
Authorities did not name a motive behind Kappy's apparent suicide.
What was in his Instagram post?
In a nearly incoherent and rambling Instagram post, Kappy — whose mental health appeared to deteriorate significantly around the time of the 2018 incident involving Paris Jackson — apologized for being a bad man throughout his life.
A portion of his post, which the late actor appears to have shared Monday, said, "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."
"You see," he continued, "I believed myself to be a good guy. I HAVE NOT been a good guy."
Kappy pointed out that he used people throughout his life for money and had betrayed them and broken their trust to further himself.
"I have sold drugs," he admitted. "I have tax delinquencies. I have debts. I have abused my body with cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol."
The actor revealed that he abused his friends and family even when they were simply trying to love him.
"Earlier this week, I committed an act so flippantly, without thought, that will become synonymous with short sightedness and petty, vile greed, and in the end, has cost me everything," he admitted. It is unclear what incident Kappy is pointing toward in the post.
Kappy — who in 2018 accused several Hollywood figures such as actors Seth Green and Tom Hanks, and producer Steven Spielberg of being pedophiles — also said in his letter that despite "outing the truth of Hollywood," he "did not REFLECT ON MY OWN TRUTHS AND MANY, MANY SHORTCOMINGS."
"While it is true I have spent many, many hours of research and disseminating information about bad actors, I have had SO LITTLE CARE for introspection of MY OWN actions," he later wrote. "While it's true I have outed many pedophiles that were former FRIENDS, I remained in their sphere for much longer than I should have, and attempted to gain from them AFTER I knew about their actions."
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The actor went on and apologized to the "Q movement" — or QAnon, a pro-Trump 4Chan group that peddles many conspiracy theories, including that there is a deep state plot against President Trump — for sabotaging their work. You can read more about the group here.
"Q says they give people enough rope to hang themselves, and I have hung myself," he wrote. "I have told people in the Trump administration that I am willing to admit to my many crimes in a public setting, and committed to execution, in a public setting."
"A nation cannot suffer its traitors, and I am no exception," Kappy added.
"To Jesus," he wrote, "I am sorry I have betrayed you AGAIN. ... Jesus, you offered so much, and instead of reveling in your wisdom, I used my attention on darkness."
"President Trump," he continued, "I have betrayed you and squandered good will, and now I shall forever be known for my actions."
Kappy went on to apologize to a plethora of others in the lengthy note, including former friends, family, and more.
"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 concluded.
Kappy dated the note July 4, 2019, which he wrote "Return of the King" and "Return to THE LIGHT."