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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: DJ AM Appears In 'Iron Man 2' – Mom Says 'He Was Loved By So Many People'

May 10 2010, Published 1:30 p.m. ET

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Tragic Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein’s mom Andrea Gross has told that she’s proud of her son’s appearance in the box-office smash Iron Man 2.

Popular Goldstein, who tragically died of a drugs overdose at his Manhattan apartment on August 28, 2009, has a cameo part playing himself in the Robert Downey Jr. blockbuster which has grossed a massive $133.6 million over the weekend.

In the scene movie-goers watch as he spins some records for Iron Man at a private party inside his fabulous cliff-top perched Malibu mansion.

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Proud mom Andrea said: “Yes, I’m very proud of Adam as he was loved by so many people.

“Of course I had mixed emotions when I saw the film at the premiere but I’m delighted that it has done so well at the box-office.

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“Adam was friendly with both Robert Downey Junior and Jon Favreau and they wanted to keep his part in the movie as a tribute to him.

“Robert in particular knew Adam personally and he wanted to make sure that he was honored and that was very special to me.

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“I am sad but very proud because Adam accomplished a lot during his life and his appearance in Iron Man 2 will always be around as a tribute to him.

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“I’m doing better than I was but I adored my son and really miss not being able to hug and kiss him.”

Goldstein’s memorial at The Hollywood Palladium was fashioned after a 12-step meeting, which was attended by both Robert Downey Jr. and Lindsay Lohan - whose substance abuse issues have been well-documented.

Attendees were free to participate in the 12-step process, and able to speak with anonymity, due to the nature of the meeting; the 36-year-old Goldstein, a recovering crack cocaine addict during his 20s, was working on a reality show to help others with their addictions before his Aug. 28 death in Manhattan, New York.

Goldstein allegedly relapsed into addiction, developing a severe anxiety medication habit after surviving a plane crash with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker in South Carolina in Sept. 2008.



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