Cops Find White Powder in Sage Stallone's Room
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The authorities who are investigating the death of Sage Stallone found numerous large empty prescription bottles and bags of white powder while searching his room. Although the baggies would suggest drug use, authorities believe a more "likely scenario" is that the son of Sylvester Stallone was dealing mass quantities of hydrocodone and not using at the time. They dubiously cite his weight—he stood at 5'7" and weighed 188 pounds on the day of his death—as the main reason for believing Sage wasn't an addict. One law enforcement source says, "He was pudgy, and drug addicts are almost always rail thin." Although authorities didn't find any hydrocodone in his house, they did find 60 empty prescription bottles that had held a minimum of 500 pills each. They believe that Sage could have been in possession of up to 30,000 tablets at one point that were likely shipped from another country. And while they're confident that the bags of white powder found in the room will test positive as ground-up hydrocodone, they are not making any claims about the bag's contents until the tests are done. Sylvester met with famed private investigator Scott Ross yesterday, who will be doing his own investigation into the death of Sly's son.