There’s extra proof suggesting Angus Cloud‘s demise was the results of an unintended overdose and never suicide — as first suspected — as a result of the younger actor didn’t write a notice for family members … TMZ has realized.
A number of legislation enforcement sources concerned within the demise investigation inform us Angus didn’t go away behind a notice when he died immediately. As we first reported, Cloud was discovered useless in his bed room final month at his household dwelling in Oakland … and an preliminary assertion the household offered hinted he may need taken his personal life.
The assertion revealed Angus’ wrestle after the latest lack of his dad, including, “Angus was open about his battle with psychological well being and we hope that his passing is usually a reminder to others that they don’t seem to be alone and mustn’t combat this on their very own in silence.”
A supply near Cloud additionally instructed us he’d had extreme suicidal ideas after his dad’s demise.
Nevertheless, just some days after his demise, Angus’ mother, Lisa, got here out denying her son took his personal life, saying simply the day earlier than he died he was speaking in regards to the future, serving to relations out and even reorganizing his room.
As we reported, the 911 name to Angus’ household dwelling was for a “potential overdose” … and Lisa stated in her assertion, “I do not know if or what he might have put in his physique after that. I solely know that he put his head on the desk the place he was engaged on artwork mission’s, fell asleep and did not get up. We might discover out that he overdosed by accident and tragically, however it’s abundantly clear that he didn’t intend to take a look at of this world.”
Angus’ post-mortem is full, pending toxicology outcomes, however with out a notice it seems Lisa’s concept on the circumstances surrounding how her son died are validated even additional.
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