Adam of Pawn Stars cause of death confirmed: Fentanyl

Rick Harrison, star of Pawn Stars, has confirmed the cause of his son Adam’s death. The 58-year-old reality star revealed in a statement that Adam tragically passed away from a fentanyl overdose. Rick expressed his concern about the fentanyl crisis in the country, urging for more serious action to address it.

On Friday, Rick shared a photo with his late son on Instagram, accompanied by a heartfelt tribute. The caption read, “You will always be in my heart! I love you Adam,” and the post received an outpouring of condolences from fans and even celebrities like Donald Trump Jr.

A representative for the Harrison family requested privacy on their behalf in light of Adam’s overdose.

Adam known as “Wax”, is survived by his parents, Harrison and ex-wife Kim, his brother Corey, his half-brother Jake, and his three daughters Sarina, Ciana, and Marissa.

The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is currently investigating the case.

Adam, the second child of Rick, had initially worked at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop featured on the History Channel series but later pursued his own path, staying away from the reality show.

There is some mystery surrounding Adam’s life, with limited information available about his profession, although some sources suggest he worked in a trade.

Rick Harrison has three children, and Adam was the most private among them, not appearing on the reality series and maintaining no social media presence.

Pawn Stars, the long-running series, has been on for 22 seasons since 2009, but Adam’s involvement in the family and show remained minimal.

Rick Harrison has been married multiple times, with his first wife Kim, second wife Tracy, and subsequent marriages to Deanna Burditt and Amanda Palmer.

The World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, a family-owned business, has been in operation since 1989.

The 23rd season of Pawn Stars is expected to premiere later this year.

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