The drug addict son of legendary singer Nick Cave died in a $100-per-night motel where previous guests said they’d rather sleep on the street than in one of its rooms.
Jethro Lazenby died aged 32 on Friday at the Coburg Motor Inn in Melbourne’s north, barely two months after violently assaulting his mother over an argument about cigarettes.
He had been staying at the three-star motel after being released on bail, with pictures of the accomodation showing a seedy pool, graffiti on walls and filthy appliances.
The Coburg Motor Inn where Jethro Lazenby was found dead on Friday – a $100-per-night three-star accomodation in Melbourne’s north
The rooms feature free internet and television – but previous guests have posted a series of negative reviews for the hotel
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