The troubled son of legendary singer Nick Cave had been facing more criminal charges when he died inside a grim $100-a-night motel.
Jethro Lazenby died aged 32 on Friday – a day after his release from jail – at the Coburg Motor Inn in Melbourne’s north, barely two months after violently assaulting his mother over an argument about cigarettes.
Daily Mail Australia can reveal Lazenby had spent a large proportion of his life in and out of custody as his life spiralled out of control in a haze of illicit drugs.
Lazenby had previously spoken about his tough upbringing on the streets of Collingwood. Pictured above towards the end of his life.
The Coburg Motor Inn where Jethro Lazenby was found dead on Friday – a $100-per-night three-star accommodation in Melbourne’s north
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