Former Falcon Studios performer Lindon Hawk died Monday in Pensacola, Fla. following an apparent road rage attack. A studio rep confirmed his passing on their Twitter feed today. Hawk, whose real name was Terry Lindon Kelley, was involved in “a minor car crash” on Saturday, December 11 with Telly Jabar Hill. “When Kelley got out of his vehicle to view the damage, witnesses said that Hill, who was an occupant of the other vehicle, punched Kelly one time in the face with his fist. Kelley fell to the ground and suffered a massive head injury,” said a local media report. He was taken to a hospital, where he died two days later. Hill fled the scene but was arrested Monday and booked on a $50,000 bond. Police are still investigating the incident. Mr. Hawk was a popular Falcon exclusive and filmed only a handful of blue movies between 2000 and 2002, including BRANDED, READY FOR MORE and STROKE. He was 34. On a personal note, I had the pleasure of getting to know Lindon during his brief stint in gay adult. He was delightful, a ridiculously adorable guy with a good heart. I remember we’d had a number of phone chats, but hadn’t yet met in person, when he called out of the blue to invite me to an impromptu lunch. I happily accepted, until we realized that I was in Los Angeles and he was in San Francisco. “The biggest impression he made on me was his warmth, as he was the kind of person who would hang onto you or cuddle up next to you if he’d just met you hours ago,” recalls Jason Sechrest. “He was generous and funny with a smile that lit up the room. Lindon will be missed by many.” My condolences to his family, friends and fans.
[News sources: Fox10TV.com and Pensacola News Journal. Image Â© Falcon Studios.]