Native American actor Cole Brings Plenty is dead. The actor, who appeared in two episodes of the “Yellowstone” spin-off “1923,” died at the age of just 27, according to local police in Johnson County, USA. State of Kansas announced on Facebook on the evening of April 5th (local time). Just a few days before his death, allegations of domestic violence against the indigenous actor had become known, according to the US portal “Page Six”.

Much about the tragic death of Cole Brings Plenty is still unclear at this time. Local police in the US state of Kansas wrote on their Facebook page that the body of the deceased was found on April 5 in a wooded area near an abandoned car. The exact circumstances of death are currently the subject of further investigations.

Cole Brings Plenty was previously reported missing on April 2nd. Also on this date, allegations of domestic violence against the actor became public. “We have identified him as a suspect, have reasonable suspicion for his arrest and have issued an alert to local authorities,” the Lawrence Kansas Police Department also wrote on Facebook at the time, according to Page Six. The officers had previously followed up on information about an unnamed woman who was screaming for help.

In addition to his involvement in the “Yellowstone” spin-off “1923”, Cole Brings Plenty was also seen in the series “Into the Wild Frontier”. The actor also worked as a model. His uncle Mo Brings Plenty (54) appears in the parent series “Yellowstone” alongside series star Kevin Costner (69) and has already appeared in 39 episodes of the neo-Western series.

Joe Brings Plenty, the father of the deceased, spoke out with a moving Instagram statement. “I am deeply saddened to confirm that my son Cole has been found and is no longer with us […]. I learned this week how many people knew the good in Cole’s heart and loved him,” he said it there. At the same time, the grieving father thanks everyone “who supported us in the search for my son.”

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