After ‘CarWash’ ACTOR DIED SUSPICIOUSLY, Donna Summer & Others Were VERY PISSED!
For those of us who are fans of the 70’s film, Car Wash, we all remember the character, “Geronimo,” who was played by actor, Raymond Vitte. Vitte was also known for his roles in the films, 9 To 5 (1980), Up In Smoke (1978), and Thank God It’s Friday (1978), as well as in TV shows like All In The Family, That’s My Mama, Sanford and Son, The Quest, and several more.
The thing that many of us didn’t know was that Vitte died in 1983 at the young age of 33 and what’s equally surprising is the way that he died.
He died while in police custody of the LAPD, under very suspicious circumstances that many of his family members and friends, like the late singer, Donna Summer, believed were really fishy.
At the time of his death, there were many holes in the story of the police report and his death certificate was allegedly sealed by the LAPD. Raymond Vitte’s wife, Ernesta, was 3 months pregnant when he died and she, Donna Summer, and several others spoke out publicly about their suspicions in the reports you’re about to see.
We wanted to share this with y’all because it’s been 34 years since Vitte’s death and we still are witnessing “suspicious” deaths at the hands of law enforcement in 2017. Therefore the details surrounding Vitte’s death are still very relevant today…
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