REPORT: Decomposed Body of 'Seinfeld' Actor Charles Levin Eaten by Animals

On Friday, November 8, more details were revealed about the death of Charles Levin, who was known for starring in "Seinfeld," "Alice," and "Designing Women."

Fans are mourning after disturbing details surrounding the 70-year-old's mysterious death were revealed.

According to The Daily Mail, Levin was found dead in Cave Junction Oregon on July 13 after his son, Jesse, reported him missing on June 28.

Finding Charles

On July 12, a search and rescue operation was undertaken in a remote area following an emergency mobile ping. According to Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, it led authorities to find Levin's car with the dog's remains, a pug named Boo Bear, inside the vehicle

"Levin's car was off the roadway and was disabled due to terrain. Inside Charles Levin's car, troopers located was his dog deceased. Levin was not in his car or the proximity of his vehicle," the statement by Grants Pass Department of Public Safety said.

Charles Levin's apparent remains were later found after a search and rescue team conducted a grid search of a very steep and rugged terrain.

Charles' Tragic Fate

Documents from the department revealed that Levin had been dead for days after discovering his body at the bottom of a 30-foot ravine. His body was naked and wedged between two trees.

The department's report indicated that there were signs of "animal scavenging likely in the form of turkey vultures" -- as proven by the presence of bird faeces on and around the body.

The police reportedly had to scale a slope and retrieve his body using a rope-and-pulley system.

The unnamed local who discovered his body and car told The Daily Mail that it looked like he was trying to take a back route to Grants Pass, but the road he went down was remote and did not have any signs.

"It's easy to get lost, and GPS doesn't work," the local said.

"His car was pretty banged up and was off a logging trail. I went up on foot, hiking. I wouldn't have driven up there by myself. No way. I think he might have made a few bad decisions."

As per the latest reports, the death of the Seinfeld star Charles Levin has been ruled as accidental.

Levin's son spoke about his dad, saying he was "incredibly comedic and was extremely charming and what happened was very sad."

The actor had a long career in Hollywood. He also starred in "The Golden Girls," "Family Ties," "The Twilight Zone," "Night Court," "Doogie Howser," "This Is Spinal Tap" and "Law and Order."

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