Michael Clarke Duncan’s Grave Vandalized
Michael Clarke Duncan‘s grave was vandalized with racist graffiti. According to TMZ,a member of the late actor’s family told the site that when she visited her relative at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Hollywood Hills.
We’re told … a family friend stopped by Forest Lawn Cemetery in the Hollywood Hills to deliver flowers to the spot where MCD was interred in Sept. 2012 … when she noticed a figure of a cartoonish black face had been attached to the center of MCD’s tomb.
The friend believes the black face is an image of “Sambo” — a character that has long been considered an offensive and racist depiction of a black person.
MCD’s friends and family were shocked by the discovery — wondering what kind of lowlife would desecrate Michael’s final resting spot.
We’re told the family contacted the LAPD — and were told the incident could be considered a hate crime. Cops are currently investigating the situation
The family tells us … Forest Lawn immediately removed the “Sambo” from MCD’s tomb — but they won’t be satisfied until they find out who violated the tomb.
The word ‘disgusting’ doesn’t begin to describe how sick this is.
The actor died in September of 2012,following a heart attack on July 13 from which he never recovered, resulting in a severe lack of oxygen to the brain.
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