Soleil Moon Frye Honors Ex-Boyfriend Shifty Shellshock: ‘No Words Could Ever Express the Love We Shared’

Soleil Moon Fyre is honoring Shifty Shellshock following the Crazy Town singer’s death.

In a heartfelt post on Instagram Sunday (June 30), the Punky Brewster alum shared some of her favorite memories with her late ex-boyfriend, who died at age 49 six days prior. “My heart is whispering a million I love you’s for the way you loved my children and I so unconditionally,” she wrote, captioning a carousel of photos featuring her and Shellshock.


“I can still see your smiling sweet face in middle school when you kissed me in your tunnel of love and the way you swept me away again as we grew up to show me what that timeless kind of love feels like,” the actress continued. “No words could ever express the love we shared or how we are feeling right now. It is a language all its own.”

According to Entertainment Tonight, the pair reportedly started dating in late 2021 before breaking up at some point before November 2022. Moon Frye was previously married to Jason Goldberg, with whom she shares four kids. Shellshock is survived by his three children: Halo, Gage and Phoenix.

“For now I will use every bit of strength you showed me to hold on to those words you asked me in your beautiful morning [gravelly] voice on the beach while covering me with kisses,” Frye added in her post. “I love you forever and always. Your Moonfire xx”

Shellshock’s cause of death is believed to have been an accidental overdose, the band’s manager Howie Hubberman said; the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner is still awaiting the toxicology report. The late star had been about his struggles with substance abuse and appeared on Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew in 2008 as well as Sober House from 2009 to 2010.

“The cause of death was a combination of prescription drugs and street purchased drugs,” Hubberman told People. “Shifty was a friend and really wanted to get himself fixed — unfortunately no one had the exact tools to do this, myself included.”

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