Insightful new information concerning the tragic and untimely death of actor Jansen Panettiere, 28, has surfaced. Following Jansen’s absence from a meeting, friends discovered his body.
In accordance with reports, Jansen’s friends “raced to his home” after he skipped a scheduled business meeting. One of his friends visited him at home and saw Jansen “sitting in a chair, unresponsive,” so he called 911 and started performing CPR.
A copy of the police report states that when authorities spoke with Skip Panettiere, the father of Jansen and Hayden Panettiere, Skip confirmed he had spoken with his son the night before Hayden Panettiere’s death and that Jansen had sounded “good.” His reason of death is still unknown.
Rumour has it that Jansen Panettiere, Hayden Panettiere’s younger brother, passed away at the age of 28. Jansen was found deceased in his New York residence.
On February 20, there is no proof of wrongdoing. However, it is now uncertain what caused his passing.
Police were called to the New York home on Sunday about 5:30 p.m. It is uncertain if Jansen received life-saving treatment or if he had already passed away by the time emergency personnel arrived.
Jansen is a performer like his sister. In their formative years, the brother-sister team worked together on a variety of projects, including Racing Stripes and Tiger Cruise.
Although Jansen appears to have departed the Hollywood industry a number of years ago, his social media accounts indicate that he had an interest in abstract art and clothing design.
Three weeks ago, Jansen shared a selfie of himself and Hayden on Instagram. Hayden was captured in black and white giving her younger brother a haircut.
Not the first time she’s attempted to cut my hair, Jansen wrote in the description of the picture. The article was interesting to Hayden. The siblings seem to have gotten along well.
Hayden has been gradually disclosing her struggles with addiction and her role as the mother of a precious young kid. Their child is currently under the custody of Hayden’s ex-husband.
She admitted that she struggled with alcohol and drug addiction in 2018 when she handed up custody of her child. Giving up control, in Panettiere’s opinion, is the best course of action for Kaya at this time.
The best thing I could do for my child was to ensure her safety, look after myself, and ensure that I could be a good mother to her. And doing so occasionally entails letting go.
Our thoughts are with the Panettiere family during this difficult time.