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Jonah Hill Brother's Death Investigation — Cops Seal 911 Call

Jan. 9 2018, Updated 7:36 p.m. ET

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Cops are refusing to release the 911 call that Jonah Hill's brother made minutes before his tragic death, Radaronline.com can exclusively reveal.

Jordan Feldstein called police from his Beverly Hills home on December 22 around 8:30 PM after having trouble breathing.

"At this time the audio is being held," a spokesperson for the Beverly Hills Police department told Radar. "The records are part of the investigatory file, and are records of investigation."

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As Radar previously reported, the Hollywood producer's cause of death has been deferred pending the investigation. The Los Angeles County Coroner told Radar drugs have not been ruled out as a possible cause.

"A toxicology test will be applied and included as part of the autopsy report,” the coroner added.

Though Feldstein called 911, by the time police and medical personnel arrived to the scene, he was found dead.

His family released a statement following his passing.

“Unfortunately, last night Jordan called 911 for shortness of breath, when paramedics arrived it was determined he went into full cardiac arrest and passed away shortly thereafter,” the statement read.

Hill has spoken of his brother in the past, referring to him as a mentor in his career.

Feldstein founded the management company, Career Artist Management, and managed Maroon 5, Elle King, Iggy Azalea, and Robin Thicke.

He was 40 years old.

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