Sasha Czack, Mom to Sage and Seargeoh Stallone
Sage, son of Sylvester Stallone and Sasha Czack, was found dead on July 13. However, latest reports suggest that the 36-year-old could have been lying dead undiscovered for over three days.
As details emerge about his sudden death, law enforcement officials are saying that the actor could have been dead for as long as a week, according to TMZ.
Sage was pronounced dead by paramedics at his LA home on Friday. He reportedly lived a very solitary life and was known for his reclusive lifestyle. Some say he would not come out of his room for days at a time.
Sage's body was reportedly found by the housekeeper on Friday after his mother, Sasha Czack, was unable to reach him and called the lady to check on him.
The housekeeper reportedly had instructions to never enter his room or even bother to "knock" at the door, according to TMZ. His room was reportedly "littered with junk" with lots of cigarette butts, beer, soda cans and food.
They also found two drawers filled with various pill bottles, including "huge" bottles.
Both Sylvester and Sasha are said to be absolutely devastated at the news of their son's passing.
Sage's lawyer released a statement: "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."
Czack married Stallone in 1974, but their marriage fell apart and they divorced in 1985.
They had two children, Sage and Seargeoh Stallone. Czack was the lead photographer and co-writer of Rocky, which was first released in 1976. She reportedly retired as a photographer after her second child was diagnosed with Autism.
Sage starred with his dad in "Rocky V" and was an aspiring actor and filmmaker.
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