Who was Scott Davey?
Scott Davey was a 54-year-old reality TV star who appeared on the show Love After Lockup, a series that follows the relationships of former inmates and their partners. Scott was the ex-boyfriend of Lizzie Kommes, a single mother who served nine years in prison for DUI and bribery. Scott and Lizzie met on a website called Meet-an-Inmate, and Scott claimed he spent $90,000 on her while she was behind bars. Their relationship was rocky and full of drama, and they eventually broke up. Scott was also a commercial truck driver for 27 years, and a father of two children. He enjoyed collecting vintage cars, racing BMX bikes, and inventing things.
How did Scott Davey die?
Scott Davey died on November 12, 2021, at his home in Oxnard, California. The cause of his death has not been revealed yet, but some sources suggest he may have struggled with drug addiction and health issues. Scott had admitted to using methamphetamine and heroin in the past, and he also had a Vicodin problem after a knee injury. He had also served time in federal prison for possession of methamphetamine and for crafting a tool to break into ATMs. His death was announced by the producers of Love After Lockup, who included a tribute to him in an episode of the show.
What happened to Scott Davey’s family and friends after his death?
Scott Davey’s death was a shock and a loss for his family and friends, who remembered him as a generous, adventurous, and humorous person. He is survived by his son Adam, his daughter Alyssa, his parents John and Mary, and his four siblings LoRena, Bill, Wade, and David. His ex-girlfriend Lizzie did not comment on his death publicly, but she had moved on to another relationship after their breakup. Scott’s fans and viewers also expressed their condolences and sympathy for him on social media.