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Jon Lovitz “Wanted to Smash” Andy Dick for “Phil Hartman Hex” – “My Blood Just Went to My Head”

in 1998, actor and comedian Phil Hartman died at 49 in a murder-suicide carried out by his wife. And friend Jon Lovitz once accused Andy Dick of having a hand in the circumstances that led to a tragedy. Then the tension between them resurfaced Dick threatened Lovitz with “the Phil Hartman Hex” that Lovitz said he wanted to “smash.”

(L) Phil Hartman left, Kevin Nealon center and Jon Lovitz right c.  1993 (R) Andy Dick stands with his arms crossed in a black suit and tie

(L) Phil Hartman (left), Kevin Nealon (center) and Jon Lovitz (right) | Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection/Getty Images (R) Andy Dick | Michael Bucker/Getty Images

Jon Lovitz once claimed that Andy Dick gave Phil Hartman’s wife cocaine while she was sober

As reported by cbs, Lovitz revealed in an interview with Dennis Miller that he had heard from Hartman that Dick had given his 10-year-old sober wife, Brynn Hartman, cocaine at a Christmas party. After the tragedy that left both Phil and Brynn Hartman dead, toxicology reports showed she had been under the influence of cocaine and alcohol.

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Dais Johnston

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