Victim of Actor's Deadly Attack Was Landlady to TV Stars TMZ
The 81-year-old woman who died in an apparent attack by "Sons of Anarchy" star Johnny Lewis was a landlady to television stars and other celebrities, reports TMZ.com.
Her home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles is known as the "Writer's Villa" and has been home to Thomas Jane of "Hung," Chris Parnell of "Saturday Night Live" and Matt Bomer of "White Collar," among other celebrities, the story notes. Comedian Paula Poundstone and indie film regular Parker Posey are also among those who rented from Catherine Davis, the story reports.
The home, which rents out suites and a guest house for $1,650 to $3,000 per month, is popular because of its central location -- including being near the Hollywood sign, the story adds.
As previously reported, police suspect that Lewis was under the influence of drugs during the brutal attack, which ended with him and Davis dead.