Rick Harrison breaks silence after son’s sudden death at 39 – confirms the tragic truth

Days after losing his 39-year-old son, “Pawn Stars” icon Rick Harrison has broken his silence… and he’s confirmed what we all feared about Adam’s death. Sit down before you Check Comments below.

After Rick Harrison’s son, Adam, passed away unexpectedly, the star of Pawn Shop shared a touching tribute on Instagram.

Adam, aged 39, passed away due to an overdose in Las Vegas on Friday, leaving his family completely devastated and taken aback.

Rick posted a picture of himself and Adam at a bar, writing, “Adam, you will forever hold a special place in my heart. I love you. 💔

Before, Laura Herlovich, a family representative, verified Adam’s passing to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Our family is deeply saddened by Adam’s passing. We kindly request privacy as we mourn his loss.

Speaking to Fox News Digital, Rick revealed the exact cause of Adam’s death saying that fentanyl was to blame.

The reality-show celebrity stated that Adam’s death was indeed caused by a fentanyl overdose. They emphasized the urgent need to address the fentanyl crisis in our nation, expressing concern that it continues to enter the country without any significant actions taken. They stressed the importance of improving our efforts to combat this issue.

Rick’s celebrity friends and fans promptly expressed their condolences.

Donald Trump Jr. expressed his apologies, saying, “I apologize, my friend.”

Corey Harrison, Adam’s brother, also honored his late sibling on Instagram by posting a throwback baby picture of them together in a bathtub.

He captioned the picture with, “Wax wtf I will always love you bubba.”

Adam was Rick Harrison’s second child from his previous marriage to Kim Harrison. Rick then married another woman and had a son named Jake.

Rick and Corey were in charge of the Gold & Silver Pawn shop and appeared on the show, while Adam was less involved, even though he reportedly worked with his father.

The CDC says that overdose deaths, including synthetic opioids, increased by 56.6% from January 2020 to 2021.

The Drug Enforcement Agency categorizes fentanyl as a Schedule II controlled substance, which is comparable to morphine but significantly more powerful. Just two milligrams, smaller than a grain of salt, can be deadly depending on an individual’s body.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Harrison family during this time.

Adam, may you find eternal peace.

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