Sage Stallone possibly involved in drug dealing
Authorities who are in charged with the investigation of the sudden demise of Sage Stallone believe that a “likely scenario” is that he was involved in drug dealing — specifically Hydrocodone, generic Vicodin.
According to law enforcement sources, they do not believe that 36-year-old Sage Stallone was an addict because of his weight. Sources of media outlet TMZ claim that at the time of the actor’s death, he weighed 188 pounds. A law enforcement source added, “He was pudgy, and drug addicts are almost always rail thin.”
TMZ sources added that authorities said they did not find a single Hydrocodone tablet in Sage Stallone’s house. However, as it was previously reported, they found more than 60 huge empty prescription bottles — the kind stocked by pharmacists to fill customer scripts. Each bottle is said to hold a minimum of 500 pills, meaning that Sage Stallone probably had more than 30,000 pills — all of which were gone.
Los Angeles Police Department detective and Los Angeles County Coroner investigators are going to attempt to try and trace some of the bottles by using serial numbers and batch numbers, but a well-placed source claims that there is a “strong likelihood” that the pills have been shipped from another country.
Although the baggies of white powder which have been found in the actor’s room — a room that the housekeeper was prohibited from entering — have yet to be tested, TMZ sources believe that it will most likely prove to be ground up Hydrocodone.
Previous reports also stated that Sylvester Stallone had a meeting with renowned private investigator Scott Ross on Tuesday. Ross will be doing his own investigation to find out what was going on with Sage Stallone and why he died.