Undoubtedly, the death of the Canadian-born actor Cory Monteith has become one of the most discussed topics on the internet right now. The Price of Glee which is all set to premiere this Monday, January 16, 2023, at 9 PM ET will explore the crucial details of this chilling murder. It is coming forward that the documentary will revisit the endless scandals, fatal tragedies, and tabloid gossip. This also happens to be the reason why everyone is so excited to watch the upcoming episodes. Read the article below and get all the details.
Monteith’s 2013 death was the first of many when the rising star overdosed after taking a lethal combination of heroin and alcohol in a hotel room at the age of 31. It was reported that the Glee actor struggled with substance abuse from his early teens and even spent time in rehab before his acting career took off. According to the latest reports, Monteith managed to get a decent role of Finn Hudson in the Fox Series by chance and also became an international sensation and teen idol after the show’s overnight success. Apart from this movie, he has also worked in films including Monte Carlo and Sisters & Brothers.
What Was Cory Monteith Cause of Death?
It is said that no one saw when Cory Monteith was fighting demons and that he spend three months in rehab where he sadly, passed away. Sources confirm that after failing to check out his room on the 21st floor, on July 13, 2013, staff at Vancouver’s opulent Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel discovered his dead body in the hotel room only and, since then the topic has become one of the most discussed things on the internet. It is said that the 31-year-old had been out the previous night with friends and was left behind with his girlfriend and co-star Lea Michele.
Several sources claim that the cause of death was because of a combination of alcohol and heroin in his body. Later research confirmed that he struggled with substance misuse for the majority of his adult life and had even spent time in rehab previous to his death. His death was attributed to “mixed drug poisoning, involving intravenous heroin usage combined with the consumption of alcohol,” according to the final coroner’s report. Officer Brian Montague reportedly said, “There was evidence in the room that was typical of a heroin overdose,” according to The Mirror. Follow Social Telecast for more updates.