According to the latest Hollywood news, SYLVESTER STALLONE‘s son SAGE, died of a heart attack and not drugs.
The official cause of death of Sylvester Stallone‘s son, Sage Stallone, has finally been determined and contrary to previous reports, he didn’t die of drug overdose.
The latest star news reports that SYLVESTER STALLONE‘s half-sister, TONI-ANN, died of lung cancer on Sunday.
Sylvester, who just lost his 36-year-old son Sage from drug overdose last month, has lost yet another family member.
The actor’s half-sister, Toni-Ann Filiti-Schaub—also known as the actress, Toni D’Alto—lost her prolonged battle with liver cancer and stage four lung cancer and passed away on Sunday night at her home, following her confinement at the UCLA’s Intensive Care Unit.
SYLVESTER STALLONE‘s late son SAGE was memorialized this weekend in California, star news has learned.
Sage‘s family and friends—most especially his famous dad, Sylvester—may not be at peace with the actor-director’s painful and untimely death due to accidental drug overdose. Nonetheless, Sage was remembered at his funeral this weekend at the St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church in Brentwood, California.
His memorial was attended by his parents, Sylvester and his ex-wife, Sasha Czack, as well as his wife, Jennifer Flavin and his older brother, Frank Stallone.
The latest news on SYLVESTER STALLONE‘s son SAGE‘s death findings reveals that his bedroom, where he was found dead, had bags of questionable white powder.
As we all know, young Sage Stallone was discovered cold in his room due to accidental drug overdose—a very bizarre occurrence, considering that the actor and director certainly wasn’t the druggie type.
While we are currently waiting for daddy Sylvester‘s hired a high-profile investigator to fill in the blanks of his painful death, Hollywood news reports that there were more than 60 “huge” empty prescription bottles of painkillers (Vicodin) found in Sage‘s bedroom.
SYLVESTER STALLONE has finally spoken out about his son SAGE’s tragic death, saying “there’s no greater pain” than losing his son.
A grief-stricken Stallone has finally broken his silence after the tragic death of his 36-year-old son Sage, who died of an accidental drug overdose on July 13.
According to Hollywood news, SYLVESTER STALLONE’s son SAGE posted photos of himself at home on his Facebook page 17 hours before his body was found, dismissing the suggestion that he had been dead for at least 3 days.
It seems initial reports have been dead wrong about Sylvester Stallone’s 36-year-old first-born son already being cold for several days before he was found because according to his attorney and longtime friend, George Braunstein, photos were posted on Sage‘s Facebook page less than a day before the housekeeper found his lifeless body in his room.