Johnny Lewis, a TV star known from "Sons of Anarchy" and as Katy Perry's former flame, has been found dead in L.A. after allegedly murdering his 81-year-old landlord and attacking two others with a plank of wood on Wednesday. Johnny was found dead in his driveway after either possibly falling or jumping off of the roof.
"He appeared to have died from some type of fall, either from the stairway, or from the balcony, or from one of the roofs," LAPD Commander Andrew Smith said.
As the murder and death are being investigated Katy has yet to comment. What other stars have bizarre ex-boyfriends?
We all know Adele had her heartbroken once upon a time, otherwise we would have never heard all of the soulful, sad songs from her hit album "21."
In a new biography about Adele, author Marc Shapiro discusses the breakup that caused Adele to write the prolific album and says the reason Adele was so heartbroken was because her bi-sexual boyfriend ran off with her gay best friend, reportedly on her 18th birthday.
"Adele had professed her love and he did the same, she had known he was bisexual but, in the rush of romance, felt they could make it work. Four hours after laying their emotional cards on the table, the boy ran off with one of Adele's gay friends!" the author said.
Evan Rachel Wood
Evan had a very public on and off again relationship with shock rocker Marilyn Manson that lasted for several years including an engagement. Much of Marilyn's music was dedicated to his love for Evan, including his 2007 album "Eat Me, Drink Me."
The couple even went as far as getting drenched in blood while naked for "Heart Shaped Glasses," one of Marilyn's music videos from the album. Nothing says love like being covered in blood, right?
When things turned sour for the couple Marilyn turned to Spin magazine in a Q&A feature and said "I have fantasies every day about smashing her skull with a sledgehammer." Uh...creepy. We're glad the two parted ways and Evan has since found love with a new guy.
Alanis became a breakout artist in the mid-'90s with her huge hit "You Oughta Know" but what most didn't know know is the song was about comedian Dave Coulier a.k.a. Uncle Joey from "Full House."
We're sure Dave is a nice guy but him and Alanis just seemed like a completely mismatched pair. For years rumors circulated the angry song was about Dave and finally, in 2008 the comedian admitted he knew as soon as he heard the song it was Alanis.
"I listened to the song over and over again and I said, 'I think I have really hurt this person,'" he said.
When people realized it was Uncle Joey Alanis was singing about most fans were completely surprised. It's a great song but is the dude from "Full House" really worth getting so angry about?
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