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Jake T. Austin

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So much for that cliffhanger. 

While we were hoping the end of tonight's season finale of The Fosters was some sort of fake out, but that's looking a little less likely now

After an episode mostly focusing on Ana deciding whether or not to have her as yet unborn baby be adopted by her own parents or by Lena and Stef, who already adopted her two other children, Ana found herself going into labor while in the car with both Jesus and Mariana. Unfortunately, they were sidewsiped by another car, and ended up in an accident that resulted in "one fatality." 

Right after the episode, Jake T. Austin announced on Twitter that he's offically leaving the ABC Family series after two seasons, leading us to believe that Jesus was that fatality. 

"I'm honored to have been a part of such a groundbreaking series," the former Wizards of Waverly Place star wrote, "but I personally want to let you know that my time on the show has come to an end. Thank you for letting me be a part of your family, it's been a pleasure." 

We can only imagine how devastating this show is going to be when season three begins airing later this summer, so we're just going to hope Jesus just actually did end up in boarding school, and that everyone is alive and everything is perfectly fine. 

Who's with us? 

How upset are you that Austin is leaving the show? Let us know in the comments! 

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