More questions continue to surface months following the tragic death of 34-year-old fitness influencer Laith Abdullah Algaz, well known as ‘Leo Longevity.’ In a recent YouTube video published on his channel October 24, 2023, his partner, Lucie, discussed his mysterious passing and took issue with the case having yet to be resolved by Thai Police or the FBI.
“Regardless, I’m going to continue my search for more information. There is still a reward out there for anyone who can provide anything insightful. I’m seeking your assistance in sharing this video. I’m aiming to capture the attention of the mainstream media again, Lucie shared.
On January 30, 2023, police responded to a welfare call when they found Leo Longevity deceased in a ransacked Thailand home. Leo Longevity was discovered lying face down in a black t-shirt with dried blood around his nose and mouth. He was found lifeless on the bathroom floor, which was part of a larger bedroom.
The gruesome scene prompted officers to move Algaz’s body to the Institute of Forensic Medicine for a thorough investigation. Until now, details surrounding his autopsy were unavailable. His wife, Lucie is now urging the public to help her make sense of this unexplainable tragedy.
“I Think Somebody Is Trying to Make This Case Closed” – Leo Longevity’s Partner Suspects Foul Play In Death Investigation
Having reached out to the US government after Thai Police closed the case, Lucie is out for answers. She did her best to relay the information she received to Laith’s YouTube audience:
“What I think happened is someone came in and attacked him or multiple people, who knows. And Leo was somebody who would defend himself and he was very strong. One of his punches would hurt someone very bad.
Someone probably came with an object because that’s what I’ve done to get somebody like him — and fight turned up in the bathroom and I think he got hit in the head and I think the internal bleeding — the brain injury that started, made him weaker and then they closed the bathroom door. Why do I think that? Because of the door handle from the inside of the bathroom that’s broken.”
“He didn’t have the strength to just pass out and die behind the door. There was also something with the bathroom and the toilet in particular that looked like there were bolts that were coming out and somebody had some tools and this is what I found. I found a series of text messages between Tony and Leo and Leo mentioned to Tony that there was a mold issue and asked Tony to send a plumber to fix it.”
According to Lucie, she has “confirmation” that additional DNA aside from Laith’s was found inside the home after the crime occurred.
“I know Leo well he would never touch a toll unless it’s big and he was always afraid of mold. So he might have tried to do something with the toilet but he wouldn’t have done any of that. The police actually got fingerprints from the place and DNA sample and they got fingerprints and they got some other DNA, I got the confirmation that they have another DNA that was not Laith’s. But for the fingerprints, no results, nothing came out of this.”
With the Thai Police reluctant to pursue the investigation, Lucie believes there’s an interest in “trying to make this case closed.”
“Meaning they have not produced any report, they have not processed the evidence. We are eight months from the time they found his body and those evidence have not been processed or analyzed. We are talking here about the Thai Police which I do not trust to be thorough. I do not trust that they are bias and I do not trust that they are corrupted. I think somebody is trying to make this case closed. I think it will be best for multiple people, that is just my opinion.”
In Lucie’s opinion, the autopsy report left out “crucial details” like the exact time of death and the date of the death.
“It left out crucial details that in an autopsy report in the States we would see that and they did not provide it to us. We never had the exact time of death because the official time of death when it was found, we found out he might have died a couple days before because of the high composition states of his body. They never put the real-time or date of the death,” Lucie shared.
While Tony Huge mentioned Leo Longevity’s ‘manic episodes’ might have contributed to the tragedy, Lucie believes that couldn’t be further from the truth.
“A lot of people speculated that it was a manic episode or there was a substance that he took that could have made him manic and caused his accident. No. The autopsy report – you can see he had a tiny bit of alcohol like so minimal that you’re not even feeling drunk.”
Lucie was taken aback at how little the autopsy report actually provided and urged the US embassy in Thailand to uncover the truth.
“They never search or never give any more details than that. I thought we’d get more details with the autopsy report and that was not the case. The autopsy report was made on February 2, 2023 it took a month for me to get it,”
The embassy should sense both the duty and urgency to helping uncover the truth, especially especially when a couple months, I’ve forgotten…. my timeline is bad. But there is this German citizen that faced another tragedy and they caught the suspect within a week. So how does this reflect on the U.S? Germany can do better than you. I feel like this is a big joke and it still feels surreal. I have a lot of unanswered questions.”
The bodybuilding world took notice of Algaz’s unfortunate death. Weighing in on the matter recently was Lee Priest, who discussed the incident taking place at Tony Huge’s residence. Priest stressed that the optics didn’t look good and advised Huge to stop experimenting on people with performance-enhancing drugs.
With new details shedding light on what possibly happened, perhaps the case will see movement soon. In the meantime, Lucie encourages anyone with news on the matter to come forward and hopefully put an end to this painful ordeal.