Mac Miller's body was taken away by the Coroner yesterday after he allegedly died of an overdose at his home in Studio City, Calif. The rap star's shocking death at age 26 this Friday, Sept. 7, stunned his fans. The scene was sad as LAPD and Fire officials swarmed the scene and a woman was spotted sobbing uncontrollably. Scroll down RadarOnline.com's gallery for more.
Last ride: The coroner's van pulled up into Miller's garage and removed his body. Miller was reportedly pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics on Friday afternoon, Sept. 7.
Miller's sudden death—after he had split from girlfriend Ariana Grande —is reportedly raising eyebrows after police found his home almost completely clear of drugs, according to a website.
The singer's body was found in a bedroom at his home in the San Fernando Valley. Officials were apparently alerted after a male friend called 911 from inside Miller’s home. “Immediate dispatch, cardiac arrest,” was the call to first responders, but Miller was pronounced dead at the scene.
Miller had allegedly been battling substance abuse issues since his high profile breakup with singer Ariana Grande in May. Sources told Radar that Miller never got over the breakup, and watching Grande fall in love and get engaged quickly to comedian Pete Davidson allegedly pushed him over the edge.
As the coroner picked up Miller's body, an unidentified woman cried and doubled over on the ground near the garage. Cops attempted to comfort her. NBA star Karl Anthony Towns, a close friend of Miller's, showed up at the scene.
The woman on Miller's property appeared devastated by his death. Despite the suspected drug overdose, dispatch audio from when a male friend alerted authorities describes him as having suffered a cardiac arrest.
Miller's body was driven away just before 4 p.m. on Friday. Grande has disabled her comments on Instagram after some fans began to blame her for ex-boyfriend Miller's death.
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