Conflicting reports on Sage Moonblood Stallone’s life and death have emerged since’s son died from an apparent drug overdose July 13th.
The L.A. county coroner’s office completed its autopsy on Sage Stallone on Sunday, TMZ reports. Results are due back in four to six weeks, TMZ said.
Law enforcement sources said Sage may have been dead for a minimum of three or four days, possibly as long as a week, before his body was discovered by his housekeeper.
Sage Stallone seems to have been living in two different worlds before his death at 36 of a possible accidental drug overdose.
Unnamed law enforcement sources told TMZ that the body of Sylvester Stallone's son was discovered in his room surrounded by beer cans and pill bottles, suggesting that a possible cause of death could be an accidental overdose.
Sage Stallone was seen “out of it” months before his death, reports Robert Rhine,editor-in-chief of Girls and Corpses magazine. He claims that he and others were not surprised at all when the heard the news of his death.
TMZ reports that law enforcement sources say neighbors told them they were “shocked but not surprised.” Obviously the neighbors knew the dude was messed up.
George Braunstein told People Magazine that Sage was a hard working young man, but said he had no problems with drugs or alcohol. Braunstein is Stallone's lawyer and friend.
Braunstein, who did not reveal the name of Sage Stallone’s fiancée,to whom Sage Moonblood Stallone was planning to marry on 15th July in a lavish Las Vegas ceremony.
Sage Stallone was married before.Starlin Wright was once Sage Stallone’s girlfriend who in 2007 became his wife. But it was lasted for 10 months due to volatile relations, they remained friends and amicable towards each other.