Jason David Frank, “Power Rangers” actor, took his own life

The death of the actor was announced on November 20 and the cause of death was not known.

On November 20, TMZ reported the death of Jason David Frank, an actor who gained popularity in the 1990s after being part of the Power Rangers series and playing the Green Ranger.

According to the first reports, it was known that the famous died at the age of 49 in Texas, United States.

And although the cause of Jason David Frank’s death was unknown until now, his wife, Tammie Franke, gave an interview to People in which she revealed that the actor took his own life after the couple went out to a bar.

Both were in Texas, they went to a bar where they stayed for several hours and then returned to their hotel where they had a talk.

Finally, each one would go to their room, since they had slept separately for a long time because Jason David snored.

“When we got back to the hotel, Jason and I were having a heart-to-heart in his room. It was meant to be a fun weekend getaway, and instead I lost the love of my life. Jason was a good man, but he wasn’t without his demons. He was human, just like the rest of us.”

The actor’s wife explained that shortly after she knocked on the door of her husband’s room and received no response; Upon arrival, the police realized that the famous man had taken his own life.

Tammie explained in the interview that Jason David had mental problems, but he never thought that they would affect him so much to attempt his life.

“I loved my husband and we were trying to work out our problems. The truth is, I had no idea Jason was thinking of ending things.

Yes, I had had mental health issues and depression before, but I could never predict what would happen that night.”

Finally, she said that after the death of her husband, she has been harassed on social networks and she does not like false news about her husband to be disclosed.

“The media have turned my family’s tragedy into a fantastic tale. Since Jason’s death, I have been harassed online and can no longer bear to see my husband’s good name maligned.”