This actor will not return for season 7 of Riverdale, which will be the last and should arrive in 2023 on Netflix: Ryan Grantham, 24, has just been sentenced to life in prison for a murder committed in March 2020 that had killed his mother with a bullet in the head.
Sometimes the stars can take a nosedive…and end up in jail. The facts are not always tragic (a star of Boys was sentenced for a fight, for example) but it happens that some are seized by a moment of murderous madness. This was the case for Ryan Granham what we have seen in Riverdale where he played Jeffrey Augustine, the person responsible for the death of Fred Andrews (Luke Perry).
Life sentence for Ryan Grantham
As revealed by Deadline, the 24-year-old actor also seen in supernatural Y izombie has been sentenced to life in prison for second degree murder this Wednesday, September 21, 2022 in Vancouver. The Supreme Court of British Columbia added during the verdict that Ryan Grantham you will not be able to apply for parole before the age of 14while his lawyers had asked that such a request be possible from 12 years behind bars.
A conviction that follows the murder committed by the young actor on March 31, 2020 in Vancouver. Ryan Grantham had filmed himself killing his mother, who was shot in the back of the head while he was playing the piano. According to CBC, Ryan Grantham not only filmed the act of him, but also filmed himself speaking and acknowledging that he had committed the crime and filming the body. Subsequently, he had filled his car with weapons, ammunition and 12 Molotov cocktails with …
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