“The Fosters” Season 2 ended with major drama—including a death. Twins Jesus (Jake T. Austin) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) were in a car accident with their birth mother Ana (Alexandra Barreto) while she was going into labor. After their car was sideswiped, the dispatcher said that there was a fatality, but they didn’t mention who it was. While many fans may have assumed the twins would be safe, it appears that Jesus could have died. Jake T. Austin announced that he would not return to the series.

Austin went on Twitter 10 minutes after the east coast airing of the finale ended and revealed his departure. The 20-year-old actor said he was “honored to have been a part of such a groundbreaking series,” but he was officially leaving “The Fosters.”

That makes Jesus the most likely candidate for that fatality, but that doesn’t mean he is actually dead. “The Fosters” creator Bradley Bredeweg tweeted after the finale to say, “Just remember. Not everything is what it first appears to be on #TheFosters.” When he posted well wishes to Austin, he reminded fans once again not to follow their first assumptions.

Bredeweg might be hinting that it’s actually not Jesus that died in the finale. Mariana, Ana and Ana’s baby are all potential victims. If Jesus’ birth mother or twin sister died, that would probably be traumatic enough for him to want to leave the family and go away to boarding school or test out of high school to go to college early. Fans will have to wait for “The Fosters” Season 3 for find out who died.

“The Fosters” Season 3 premieres this summer on ABC Family. Who do you think died? Sound off in the comments section below!