Deceased "Twilight" actor Gregory Tyree Boyce revealed during his 30th birthday that he didn't think he'd reach that age but ultimately did. He shockingly passed away months after alongside his girlfriend.
Gregory Tyree Boyce and his girlfriend Natalie Adepoju, 27, were found dead in Las Vegas Nevada on May 13, 2020. Previously, he revealed that he didn't think he would actually reach 30 years of age.
"At one point I didn't think I would make it to see 30 years old. Over the years like everyone else I have made mistakes along the way, but today is one of those days I only reflect on the great ones."
REMEMBERING THE COUPLE
Boyce, known for playing Tyler Crowly in the first "Twilight" movie, was found dead in Las Vegas alongside his girlfriend. The actor left behind a 10-year-old daughter named Alaya. Meanwhile, his girlfriend Natalie also left behind a son in Egypt.
According to TMZ, there was a white powdery substance was found at the scene, but it has not been confirmed by the authorities as they continue to investigate the situation.
FINDING OUT THE SITUATION
Their unexpected deaths caused great heartbreak to those who knew them, especially since the two were planning a business venture together after a year of dating. They were found at home by a family member who was devastated by the incident.
"Greg’s cousin woke up and noticed Greg’s car was still at the house. He was worried because Greg was to be in LA. His cousin went to check on him and found them.”
AWAITING TOXICOLOGY REPORTS
According to TMZ, there was a white powdery substance was found at the scene, but it has not been confirmed by the authorities as they continue to investigate the situation. They are not treating it as a criminal case, and instead, authorities are waiting for the toxicology reports to be given to them.
Boyce moved to Las Vegas to be near his mother, but he would commute to Los Angeles for work and for him to visit his daughter. On Facebook, his mom Lisa Wayne shared a heartbreaking tribute to him and revealed he was working on a business concept called "West Wings."
"I'm sick without you. I'm torn, I'm lost. I'm in pain. I'd text you or call you when I was broken or worried about something, and you'd tell me, Ma, I got you, we'll get thru this together. Boy. Why did you leave me."
May they Rest In Peace.