Angus Cloud's cause of death revealed: 'Euphoria' actor overdosed on fentanyl, cocaine and methamphetamine
The famous actor of the series "Euphoria", Angus Cloud, as official reports say, died of an "accidental overdose" of fentanyl, cocaine and methamphetamine, writes The Daily Mail.
On July 31, the twenty-five-year-old actor was found at his family home in Oakland, California and was pronounced dead at the scene by responders.
The Alameda County Coroner's Office said Angus died from a lethal combination of fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine and more. He actually suffered from acute poisoning from the combination of drugs, which also included a benzodiazepine.
A week before this tragic event, Angus faced the death of his father, who was suffering from cancer. He attended his funeral, and the family confirmed that the actor was struggling with immense grief.
In a statement announcing his tragic death, the family wrote that: "the only comfort we have is knowing that Angus is now back with his father, who was his best friend."
His family suspected that Angus might have committed suicide, but eventually clarified that "however, he had no intention of departing from this world."
By the way, Cloud quickly became famous in 2019 with the role of the drug dealer Fesco in the hit series "Euphoria". His other acting credits include the films North Hollywood (2021) and The Line (2023).
He has been cast in a new horror film from Scream 6 directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillette. Cloud also starred in various music videos such as Noah Cyrus' "All Three", Juice WRLD's "Cigarettes" and Becky G and Carol G's "Miamiiii".