Adult Film Performer Casey Jacks Died At 29

Photo Credit: Instagram @caseyjacks_

Adult film performer Casey Jacks has passed away at the age of 29.

Jacks, who entered the adult film industry in 2016, was confirmed to have passed away by his agent Chris Crisco. 


“It’s with a very heavy [heart] that I write this. @CaseyJacksXXX passed away yesterday,” wrote Crisco on Twitter. “His brother just confirmed the news. I will always remember his contagious smile and his amazing personality. Please pray for Casey today. I know his #choicetalent family & I will miss him dearly.”

This announcement was met with many heartfelt goodbyes. Adult film performers like Will Braun, Michael Roman, Lucas Leon, Nick Fitt, Wesley Woods, Nic Sahara, and more shared their grief at the news.



Other performers and artists also shared their condolences such as director Chi Chi LaRue who said, “RIP Sweet Man. I never had the pleasure of working with you but your kindness and sweetness was felt by everybody you worked with.”

Jack Hunter also commented on the passing by saying:

“I just heard some very sad news that my fellow Choice Management model Casey Jacks killed himself this morning.”

“I am fortunate to have a large support system, but maybe he didn’t have that. It’s up to us to help one another in our times of need.”

“We’re all a family.”


Right now, the cause of death hasn’t been confirmed. That said, the unconfirmed story is that Casey Jacks committed suicide. It seems adult performer Boomer Banks believes this to be true as he took a stance against the industry because of it.


“This is so unacceptable I’M SO FURIOUS,” he said. “How do we continue to allow our peers/colleagues to feel so alone that they need to end their own lives.”

“Stop being CUNTS we don’t have to like everyone but the LOVE AND RESPECT NEEDS TO TAKE PRIORITY.”


If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, you can contact the national suicide prevention lifeline at 1(800)273-8255.

In addition, you can call the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386, text START to 678678, or visit the chat service here. Or, you could text the crisis text line at 741-741 or download the SPEAK suicide prevention app for free.

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