It has been revealed that Sylvester Stallone’s son Sage’s Facebook account had been updated with photos 17 hours before his body was found, dismissing earlier claims that he may have been dead for several days before his body was discovered in his Hollywood Hills home on Friday.
Lawyer and longtime friend George Braunstein made the revelation adding that the 36-year-old never exhibited any signs of drug use or addiction, although he smoked cigarettes and consumed candy and soda.
“Sage didn’t even drink. There was a report that his room was filled with liquor bottles. Actually, they were empty bottles of Dr. Brown’s Cream Soda,” People magazine quoted Braunstein as saying. “Sage was a really young, very sensitive, and very talented kid. There has been no indication that there was anything wrong in his life,” he said.
Sylvester Stallone's 36-year-old son Sage was found dead.