How Did DJ AM Die? On Friday night DJ AM was found dead in his New York apartment. Beside the corpse they found prescription pills and a crack pipe, so the police do not run out of a crime.
In September 2008 crash in South Carolina, a private jet with Adam Goldstein aka DJ AM and Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker aboard shortly after takeoff. All four crew members died, Barker and Goldstein survived badly injured. Despite significant burns, both the hospital may have a few weeks later abandoned.
What remains, especially for celebrity DJ AM, is a psychological injury: how the most well-informed TMZ.com Star Magazine reports that AM suffered since the tragic incident at a post-traumatic stress disorder – presumably now with deadly consequences.
Relapse into addiction?
On Friday evening at six clock, a little more than eleven months after the crash, was Adam Goldstein found lifeless in his Manhattan apartment. Friends had previously tried unsuccessfully for several days to reach him. Cause of death is to be an overdose of drugs: In addition to the body the police found a crack pipe and bottles of prescription drugs.
DJ AM had spoken openly in the past about past drug problems. As Fox News points out, in a news flash, he had already in 1997 because of its dependence on a suicide attempt behind her. Only a non-functioning gun then saved his life.
Ominous Twitter Entry
Known both as a tester sought celebrity disc jockey in all of Hollywood as well as for its Liasion with Nicole Ritchie and Mandy Moore, the separation should have been the final trigger for the relapse into drug addiction and associated death wish of his girlfriend Hayley Wood a week ago . The former Crazy Town DJ was previously supposed to clean for nine years.
In October, Adam Goldstein was an anti-drug for MTV reality show called “Gone Too Far” moderate “. His last Twitter entry reads in retrospect as a bad omen: “New York, New York. Big city of dreams, but everything in New York is not always what it seems.” DJ AM was only 36 years old.
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