Jethro Lazenby Wikipedia Details

Jethro Lazenby's bio is not listed on Wikipedia, but we can see his father, Nick Cave's, bio on it.

Jethro was born in Melbourne in 1991 and was only eight years old when he discovered that Cave was his father.

After being spotted in the city, he began modeling and acted in the 2007 film Corroboree and the 2011 feature My Little Princess, starring Isabelle Huppert.

He has also worked as a photographer recently. In 2018, Jethro was sentenced to prison for a series of violent attacks on his then-girlfriend.

He was just freed on bail from the Melbourne Remand Centre on Thursday, May 5, after a court ordered him to seek substance abuse treatment and stay away from his mother for the next two years.

A court had previously heard how Beau discovered her son at her front door on March 7, 2022, and allowed him to stay the night.

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31-Year-Old Nick Cave Son Cause Of Death

Nick Cave, an Australian musician, has announced his son Jethro Lazenby's death. However, the actual reason behind the death of Jethro has not been made public.

"With much sadness, I can confirm that my son, Jethro, has passed away," Cave said in a statement.

Susie Cave wrote "Darling Jethro" on her Instagram account immediately after the news of his death became public.

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Was Jethro Lazenby Active On Instagram?

There is an Instagram account under the username @jethrocave with the image of Jethro Lazenby. However, we are not sure if that account is Jethro's official account.

From that account, the last post was made on September 9, 2018, which means that he was not quite active on Instagram. However, his followers have expressed their sorrow in the comments.

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