Sad News, Rick Harrison Is Mourning

The popular reality TV show “Pawn Stars” founder and main cast member Rick Harrison is mourning the loss of his son Adam Harrison. Sadly, Adam overdosed on drugs and died at the age of 39.

Rick’s representative, Laura Herlovich, verified the heartbreaking news to The Las Vegas Review Journal.

The cause of Adam’s death was officially declared to be an accident by the Clark County Coroner in a recent update. The catastrophe was caused by the lethal mix of methamphetamine and fentanyl. A thorough report will be provided later by the coroner.

Recognising the growing incidence of fentanyl-related fatalities in the US is crucial. The CDC estimates that 73,654 individuals died from fentanyl overdoses in 2022 alone—more than twice as many as in 2019.

Adam, a plumber by profession, wasn’t a regular cast member of the popular television programme “Pawn Stars,” which has been enthralling viewers since 2009. He did, however, work at Gold & Silver Pawn, the family’s pawnshop and the main attraction in the series.

In a statement on behalf of the Harrison family, Laura Herlovich asked for privacy while the family deals with Adam’s passing.

Rick honoured his son on Instagram by posting a touching picture of the two of them and writing, “You will always be in my heart! I love you Adam.”
Corey Harrison, Rick’s eldest son, honoured his younger brother on social media as well.

Corey wrote, “I will always love you bubba,” beside a childhood snapshot of the two of them in a bathtub as a way to declare his unwavering love for the other.

The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is presently looking into the circumstances surrounding Adam’s death. TMZ broke the heartbreaking news of his passing first.

Rick Harrison affirmed that Adam’s overdose on fentanyl was, in fact, the cause of his death in a statement to FOX News Digital.

Rick bemoaned the lack of action in stopping the movement of this lethal poison across borders and stressed the need of addressing the fentanyl epidemic. He called for concerted efforts to address this issue and protect lives.

It is imperative that everyone is aware of fentanyl’s deadly strength. Less than a grain of salt, or just 2 milligrammes of fentanyl, can be lethal, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency. In light of Adam’s passing, Rick Harrison and his family’s message serves as a sobering reminder of the terrible effects of the fentanyl pandemic.