Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook have been working over-time as fans express their grief over the announcement, that ‘Glee’ Star Cory Monteith, was found dead in his Canadian hotel room. The All-American boy who always had a smile, was beloved by millions of fans world-wide. As, fans everywhere mourn, speculations mount surrounding addiction and recovery..
Cory Monteith, the 31-year-old actor best known for his role as Finn Hudson on Fox’s hit show Glee, was found dead Saturday afternoon on the 21st floor of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in downtown Vancouver, the city’s police department confirmed Saturday night.
The British Columbia Coroners Service revealed Tuesday that Monteith died of a mixed-drug toxicity involving heroin and alcohol. The investigation into his death is continuing and no other details are available at this time.
In the report, the British Columbia Coroners Service adds, “It should be noted that at this point there is no evidence to suggest Mr. Monteith’s death was anything other than a most-tragic accident.”
Earlier sources said that the toxicology results could take several days. Yet, the results were expedited because of the extreme public interest in the case. After the tragic news was announced, members of his Glee show family expressed their condolences. A rep for his on-screen and off-screen love, Lea Michele, asked for privacy during this “devastating” time.
The “Glee” actor voluntarily entered rehab for the second time in March to make steps toward recovery. He previously discussed battling substance abuse and addiction in his teens, telling Parade magazine in a 2011 interview he had a “serious drug problem.”
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