Actor Charles Levin’s useless physique was discovered bare, partially eaten by vultures



A police report reveals “Seinfeld” actor Charles Levin’s physique was found bare with out “exterior genitalia current” and partially consumed by vultures on the backside of a slope in July.

The 70-year-old comic, who went lacking in late June, was reportedly useless for days when his stays have been found in a distant a part of Oregon, in response to a police report obtained by The Day by day Mail.

The badly decomposed physique was discovered 30 toes down a steep slope of a distant mountain, main authorities to consider he fell down a ravine whereas attempting to get assist, the report mentioned.

Levin was reported lacking by his son Jesse on June 28. The actor had reportedly known as a pal that day to say he was misplaced close to Cave Junction, Oregon.

The physique was discovered on July 13 with out “any apparent signal of damage,” the report mentioned.

The Grants Move Division of Public Security wrote in a grotesque report that Levin’s physique was discovered bare and “there have been no indicators of exterior genitalia current.” His head was nonetheless hooked up to his physique, per the report, however there was “important decay across the mouth” exposing his jaw.

“Indicators of animal scavenging seemingly within the type of turkey vultures” led police to consider vultures had eaten a few of his physique.

Levin’s physique was recognized utilizing dental data and the coroner declared the demise “unintended.”

As beforehand reported, Levin’s automobile was additionally present in a distant space and authorities discovered the stays of his fawn-colored pug, Boo Boo Bear, contained in the car.

Levin, who portrayed the nervous mohel in a 1993 episode of “Seinfeld,” was greatest recognized for his recurring function as Elliot Novak within the CBS sitcom “Alice,” which aired from 1976 to 1985.



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