Beloved impersonator Donny Davis “may have died of foul play,” according to a new police report obtained by TMZ.
The comedian – who appeared frequently on Chelsea Handler’s show Chelsea Lately and was loved by Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Mariah Carey and Miley Cyrus – was found dead in a hotel room at Resorts World on Tuesday.
New details of Davis’ death, according to Las Vegas police, reveal that he allegedly hung out at the Dawg House bar around 1 a.m. with another man and two women.
Death by shock: Beloved comedian Donny Davis ‘may have died of foul play’ on Tuesday according to a new police report, obtained by TMZ
The group then reportedly headed around 2:30 a.m. for a drink at the Flamingo, before returning to their Resort World hotel.
One of the women, according to TMZ, said Davis was denied alcohol at their final destination because he was “too drunk.”
Still, Davis and her male acquaintance reportedly returned to the star’s bedroom at 3:30 a.m., where they stayed for nearly an hour.
Rest in peace: Davis, who died at 43, was loved by Britney Spears, Mariah Carey and Miley Cyrus
When they returned, at 5 a.m., they detected Davis’ hands pale and turning purple as he sat in a chair.
One of the women claimed her hands were “frozen” and Davis was not breathing, prompting them to call security, who called 911.
Authorities responded to the hotel on the south end of the Strip just after 6 a.m., according to a local report by 8 News Now.
What happened? New details of Davis’ death, according to Las Vegas police, reveal he was allegedly dragged to the Dawg House bar around 1 a.m. with another man and two women; seen in 2018
He was pronounced dead just after 7 a.m. at Sunrise Hospital.
As to why investigators suspect foul play, cops noted in the police report that the man refused to speak to them without a lawyer and that they had difficulty making contact with those in the area. room with Davis.
Davis was known for his hilarious impersonations on the comedy circuit, including playing a “Mini-Trump” version of Donald Trump, and also worked on a podcast series with Kelly Osbourne and her longtime friend Jeff Beacher.
Beacher told TSWT.com: “Today I didn’t just lose a friend. I lost a dream, a brother, a best friend. Donny was not just a loyal and loving best friend. I literally trusted him with everything from my life to my business and everything in between Donny was an angel.
Beacher told TMZ: ‘Donny broke down barriers in the little people community and was an inspiration to his peers. He will be sadly missed, but his legacy and the impact he had on those who loved him will live on forever’
“A magical being who spread love and laughter to anyone in his presence, I would always tell people he was not from this planet. He loved to love and he loved to make everyone happy.
“He was the best, best friend, producer and performer I know and everyone will ever know. My love, condolences and prayers go out to all who know and/or love him as I do and to all of his friends and family. Donny, we will miss you more than you can imagine. I will cherish our 20 years that God has given me with you as my Ride or Die and the 100,000 people you have touched with your magical love and the pleasure you have given gifted people.
‘The planet was a better place with you on it. I will pursue our dream and win awards for our documentary and continue to promote equality for all in your honor. I love you Donny. You are the best.
Friends forever: Ryan Phillippe took to Instagram with a slew of photos to commemorate his ‘dynamo’ friend who had ‘more confidence than I could ever hope to have’
Buddies: Comedian Jeffrey Ross wrote that Donny was a complete ‘rock star’ in a hilarious tribute shared on Instagram
Ryan Phillippe took to Instagram with a slew of photos to commemorate his ‘dynamo’ friend who had ‘more confidence than I could ever hope to have’.
He wrote: “It was impossible to be around him without having a good time. His energy was boundless and he squeezed everything he could out of life with the time he had here. A good lesson for all of us. I miss you already, buddy. Rest in peace and wreak havoc in paradise. You are unforgettable.
Comedian Jeffrey Ross wrote that Donny was a complete ‘rock star’ in a hilarious tribute shared on Instagram as he wrote: ‘I will miss my beautiful and generous friend. My condolences to his family and to his big brother Jeff Beacher.
Never a dull moment: Her list of celebrity friends seemed endless with shared snaps of crazy nights out with the hottest stars in town, including Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato
Just another day: Donny had fun with Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
Nicky Hilton commented: ‘We’ve lost a legend’ as sister Paris added a heart emoji below Jeffrey’s post.
Donny’s list of celebrity friends seemed endless with shared snaps of wild nights out with the hottest stars in town, including Nick and Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner, Demi Lovato and Paris Hilton.
While Davis found fame on stage, he also appeared in the 2013 film Pain & Gain starring Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Anthony Mackie, as well as the comedy It’s Gawd! from Tommy Chong in 2017!
Always a good time: He shared a ‘St. The Return of Pattys Day’ Celebrating Paris Hilton’s Birthday Last Year Dressed in Pixie Yarns