Korn frontman Jonathan Davis is mourning the death of his estranged wife, Deven Davis, who disappeared from the sober home where she was getting the help she needed.
Deven went missing on Friday, August 17, 2018, and, so far, the details surrounding the 39-year-old's death are yet to be revealed.
But, according to TMZ, although she died, Deven gave Jonathan quite a lot of headaches due to her out of control addiction to both prescription and illegal narcotics.
The news outlet reported that Deven has been struggling with drug addiction for more than 20 years and that it caused severe emotional harm to their children through the form of neglect.
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Jonathan and Deven, a former adult film star, tied the knot in 2004 and had two children - Pirate Howsmon Davis, in 2005, and Zeppelin Howsmon Davis, in 2007.
The couple filed for divorce in 2016, citing irreconcilable differences and the same source claimed that the rock band member filed for a domestic violence on the day that Deven went missing.
The restraining order, which Deven wasn't aware of, would temporarily prevent her from having any contact with her children, as well as the family's dog, Chaos.
TMZ reported that Jonathan claimed Deven had been to rehab six times and was 'constantly under the influence' of several heavy drugs, which caused her to turn violent and make rash decisions.
Deven would allegedly take home 'unsavory characters, including strangers,' who she allowed to go through the singer's closet and try on his clothes, although this claim is yet to be confirmed.
The family has asked for their privacy to be respected in this dark hour and no details regarding the funeral service have yet been revealed.
Prior to being married to Deven, Jonathan was married to Renee Perez, with whom he shares Nathan, his 22-year-old son.