Stallone 'devastated' by son's death

2012-07-16 10:19

Los Angeles - Sylvester Stallone is "devastated" about the death of his son Sage Stallone.

The 36-year-old actor died on Friday after a suspected drug overdose and a representative spoke on his father's behalf.

Michelle Bega, released a statement saying: "Sylvester Stallone is devastated and grief-stricken over the sudden loss of his son Sage Stallone. His compassion and thoughts are with Sage's mother, Sasha. Sage was a very talented and wonderful young man. His loss will be felt forever."

A family friend added that Sylvester is "overwhelmed and stunned" by the sudden death of his eldest son.

'A state of shock'

A source told website RadarOnline.com: "This came completely out of the blue. Sylvester did not see this coming for one minute.

"Sage was healthy, and Sylvester thought he was doing really well, this came from complete left field."

The insider added: "Sylvester was very close to Sage and he is absolutely overwhelmed with grief by his death. He is totally stunned and still in a state of shock."

He was Sylvester's son from his first marriage to Sasha Czack.

An actor, director and producer, Sage appeared in the fifth installment of Sylvester's biggest film franchise, Rocky, where he played the title character's on-screen son, Robert Balboa.

Most recently, Sage appeared in a 2010 movie called Promises Written In Water and a short titled The Agent.

His short-lived marriage to Starlin Wright in May 2007 was annulled after just 10 months.


Comments

  • jmasha3 - 2012-07-16 10:58

    Sorry Rambo.

  • Felix Njewa Kankhukwa - 2012-07-16 12:15

    stay strong rambo noone will leave this world alive!

  • merven.halo - 2012-07-16 13:04

    And then there are idiots that want to legalize drugs.

      adriaan.dutoit.3 - 2012-07-16 14:46

      Many drugs are already legal. How many people die from cigarettes and alcohol every year? WAAAAAAAAAAAAAY more than the drugs people are trying to decriminalise. If people can be expected to control themselves with one type of drug, why not another? Think for yourself.

  • Lennon Chenga - 2012-07-16 21:55

    Shame, deepest condolences Sly, losing a child has got to be the worst feeling!!

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