The sudden death of action star Sylvester Stallone’s 36-year-old son Sage was ruled as an accident.
Sage was found dead of an apparent overdose Friday. However, no signs pointed at his death being planned.
Sage had plans to be married to his girlfriend in a Las Vegas ceremony as soon as next weekend and did not leave a suicide note.
Speculations surfaced that Sage had been dead for several days before being found by his housekeeper, but his attorney, George Braunstein, refuted the allegations, saying he had recently spoken to his client, who seemed to be doing well.
“The last conversation I had with him he was telling me about how he was getting married, and he was planning on some kind of exciting costume wedding in Las Vegas,” Braunstein told E! News. “He was up and positive about everything.”
Sage had even posted photos on his Facebook account just 17 hours before his body was found.
According to officials, Sage’s death was most likely an accidental overdose. Police discovered prescription pill bottles in his room during the investigation.
Autopsy results are due back between four to six weeks.
Sage was the first of two sons Stallone had with his first wife, Sasha Czack.
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