Sage Stallone’s Death Due to Dental Surgery?
Sylvester Stallone and his wife Sasha Czack met with Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office on Tuesday.
The family expressed concerns that Sage Stallone was overmedicated prior to his death. Although there have been reports that Sylvester Stallone is seeking help from private investigators, ABC News reports that these allegations are false.
There seems to be no evidence of foul play, and a full toxicology test is still underway. The results may not be available for several weeks. Czack, Sage’s mother, told the New York Post that her son had dental surgery prior to his death.
She advised him not to get the surgery: ”I told him not to do that. I’ve heard about people dying having multiple procedures done to your mouth. Do not have more than one tooth [pulled].” Sage was taking painkillers at the time of his death, and there have been reports of prescription medication and “white baggies” near his body. These “white baggie” claims have not been verified.
Though friends have said that Sage seemed distracted weeks before his death, they do not believe suicide or an overdose is likely. Sage’s attorney says his client ”never had any serious health problems” and no “history of drug or alcohol abuse.”
Sylvester Stallone and wife Sasha Czack continue to await the toxicology reports that may or may not give them the necessary closure.