‘Baskets’ Actor Hagen Mills Dies At 29 In Murder-Suicide Attempt – Actor Hagen Mills died Tuesday in Mayfield, Kentucky, following an attempted murder-suicide. He was 29.
‘Baskets’ Actor Hagen Mills Dies At 29 In Murder-Suicide Attempt | Hagen Mills Shot His Baby Mother Erica Price:
Hagen Mills, who appeared in the hit FX series ‘Baskets,’ shot 34-year-old Erica Price, with whom he shared four-year-old daughter, and subsequently turned the gun on himself and committed suicide.
Police responded to a 911 call Tuesday evening shortly after 5:45 p.m. local time, saying that a woman had been shot.
Upon arrival, they found Erica Price outside of the residence with gunshot wounds to her arm and chest.
Erica Price, is the mother of Mill’s four-year-old daughter Mila, told police that the gunman was Hagen Mills, who was still inside the home and had shot himself.
The woman alleged that Hagen Mills had waited for Price to return home, having held her mother and daughter—who she shared with Hagen. Erica’s mom and daughter were reportedly uninjured in the incident.
Hagen Mills Commits Suicide At A Home In Kentucky After Shooting The Mother Of His Four-Year-Old Child | Hagen Mills Dead In Attempted Murder-Suicide:
Erica Price was taken to hospital and is currently in stable condition. Hagen Mills was pronounced dead at the scene.
On March 30 of this year, Hagen Mills was taken into custody and charged with first degree rape and sodomy, as well as kidnapping and possession of methamphetamine and he was released from prison on bond on Monday, just a day before his death.
Hagen, who grew up in Kentucky, before relocating to Los Angeles to pursue acting in the early 2010s, got his start in 2011 by appearing in the short film “Magazine Money.”
Mills had lived in Hollywood for several years while maintaining a home in Mayfield, Kentucky, where the murder-suicide that claimed his life and injured his partner Erica took place.
Hagen Mills, who was best known for appearing in the FX comedy-drama series, Baskets, created in 2016 by Zach Galifianakis and Louis CK, also starred in films including “Bonnie & Clyde: Justified” and the Dolph Lundgren thriller “A Certain Justice” and a recent indie-film called “Star Light.”
Mills also starred in TV series like “Swedish Dicks” and “Involuntarily Single.”
Previously Hagen Mills was arrested for a driving under the influence (DUI) in 2016, wanton endangerment in 2017, and second degree assault in 2018.