Johnny Lewis Was Not On Drugs At The Time Of The Murder

If ever evidence was needed as to why prematurely speculating on what a toxicology report will show is foolish, the Johnny Lewis autopsy seems to be it. Specifics about the recently deceased accused murderer’s state at the time of his death came back today, and shockingly, he didn’t have any drugs or alcohol in his system when he murdered the elderly woman who rented him a home and fell/ jumped off the roof.

The autopsy results were obtained by TMZ on Thursday, and they also indicate Lewis had nail marks on both sides of his neck. It’s unclear whether the nails were inserted during the altercation he had with neighbors immediately following the murder or whether they occurred at some point in the past. Regardless, it’s just one more question mark to add to one of the strangest cases Los Angeles County has ever seen.

Back in September, authorities rushed to an upperclass neighborhood in the Los Angeles section of Los Feliz after an altercation was reported. When they arrived, they found the former Sons Of Anarchy actor deceased on the front lawn of the property from an apparent fall. Inside, they found the elderly owner of the property murdered and her cat mutilated. Given his long history of drug problems, most observers assumed he was heavily under the influence of something during the crime, but apparently, it was just the years of drug use and mental problems that warped his thought processes.

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