Clark Gable III Cause Of Death Revealed Accidental Fentanyl, Alprazolam And Oxycodone Overdose
There's new information in the death of Clark Gable's only grandson, Clark Gable III. The host of Cheaters suddenly passed away on February 22, 2019, leaving his family, friends, and fans heartstricken and shocked. Clark Gable III was the father of a daughter, Shore Gable who turns two in September 2017. According to the coroner's report, Clark Gable III's cause of death was accidental fentanyl, alprazolam, and oxycodone overdose.
The deadly drug mix is also the same cause of death for Prince, Tom Petty, Mac Miller, Lil Peep, and Jay Bennett.
According to reports, Clark Gable III's fiance Tracy Yaro found him unresponsive in his Dallas, Texas home and called 911. He was 30.
Fans poured out tributes to Clark on social media sites such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook who was still filming at the time of his death. Clark Gable III can be seen on Cheaters seasons 13 and 14 and it appeared he had found his niche with the popular reality television series program.
TMZ had reached out to Cheaters producer Bobby Goldstein who said that his drug use was common knowledge on the set, though Goldstein never saw him using drugs.
Fans reached out on social media to warn others that fentanyl is too dangerous for people to mess around with. As the drug has increased in popularity there have been many community outreaches and campaigns to combat what has become the leading cause of overdose deaths.
Fentanyl has created a public health crisis and as more celebrities are dying it seems people would become fearful and stay away from the drug.
Fentanyl is said to be fifty times stronger than heroin and this accounts for its alarming addictive power as well as it's killing strength.
There have been reports of children dying simply from touching a fentanyl-laced object. Many cities nationwide are facing a surge in fentanyl use, addiction, and deaths.
President Donald Trump has taken steps to prevent the trafficking of fentanyl in the United States. In April, he asked China's president to control the exportation of fentanyl which they have agreed to do. It is believed this step will help lessen the amount of fentanyl that makes its way to the United States.
Condolences are sent to Clark Gable III's family and friends.