On Saturday, “Power Rangers” actor Jason David Frank reportedly committed suicide following an altercation with his estranged wife Tammie Frank.
Tammie, who filed for divorce from the actor in August, began feuding with Jason on Friday, according to law enforcement sources who spoke to TMZ.
Even though they were staying in separate rooms, the separated couple reportedly clashed in Tammie’s room that night, but the situation deescalated after hotel employees intervened.
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Just a few hours later, Jason allegedly locked his estranged wife out of his room after the couple had another argument. Saturday morning at 5 a.m., Tammie allegedly contacted the police to check on her ex-boyfriend.
Page Six has contacted Jason’s representative for comment.
Saturday morning, apparently, the actor’s body was discovered by police.
Sunday, TMZ verified the actor’s death, as originally rumored. He was 49.
Jason is most remembered for his role as the original Green and White Power Ranger, Tommy Oliver, in “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.”
Tammie said on Instagram how “truly devastated, wounded, and absolutely destroyed” she feels by his passing.
Tammie then utilized Instagram to honor her estranged spouse, whom she wed in 2003.
She captioned a sequence of Monday-posted images with “The loss of my beloved.” “I cannot continue without you, Jason! You are my universe! Yes we had some troubles like any marriage. But we decided months ago that it was worth saving.
“Deep dialogues, vulnerability, and mutual forgiveness,” she continued. “I am profoundly bewildered, hurt, and absolutely ruined. My one and only genuine love has been lost. I am your ‘Firecracker’ baby forever…until we are reunited.”
He was 49.
Several of Jason’s previous co-stars on “Power Rangers” have also responded to the devastating news.
Walter Jones said in a statement, “He was an example to so many people.” “His presence will be missed terribly. It’s really heartbreaking to lose another Ranger family member.”
Amy Jo Johnson, who portrayed Frank’s girlfriend as the Pink Ranger, also honored him with an Instagram photo.
After Frank’s passing, his former co-stars expressed their cherished recollections of him.
“Jase, you were lovely and genuinely one-of-a-kind,” she said in the photo’s description. “My life will never be the same without your frantic, humorous, compassionate, determined, and creative energy ball. I shall adore you forever, my buddy. Please now Rest in Peace…”
Frank was formerly married to Shawna Frank, with whom he has the daughter Jenna, from 1994 until their divorce in 2001. The couple have three children together: Hunter, Jacob, and Skye.
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