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‘Glee’ star Cory Monteith struggled with addiction before tragic death

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near and dear to my heart. not that I am a celebrity, but I feel like people would be equally miffed if I were to leave this planet. my funeral song would be ‘Deeper Well’ by Emmylou Harris. i guess stories like this remind me that i am not alone, of how many others there are, living on the edge, falling down the crack in the middle of two alternate lives. thanks Cory. and may you rest in peace and guide us from the afterlife. feelin’ the love.

Global News

Celebrities and fans are mourning the death of Glee star Cory Monteith Sunday after the 31-year-old actor was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room.

Sources have told Global News the Calgary-born, Victoria-raised actor may have died of an overdose, but the coroners have not confirmed the cause of death.

Monteith, best known for his role as Finn Hudson on Glee, was public about his struggle with addiction, most recently admitting himself to rehab in April, according to reports.

This was not his first time seeking help and he regularly discussed his battles with addiction, saying in past interviews he took “anything and everything” and was “lucky to be alive.”

Watch:Update on Monteith’s tragic death

Read more: Monteith spent time right across Canada

Police and the BC Coroners Service are still investigating the cause of his sudden death and said that further tests will be needed to…

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Author: innerlight

A capricorn horse. Creative dreamer, over thinker. bpd, insecure attachment and any other labels for deep and chronic wounds and other gifts of brilliance that propel intense and eclectic lives and make for good art. We are high needs and high return, all the way, all the way. Surrender, integration, repair, rebuild, connect, create, evolve. Deeply.

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