Sage Stallone’s death: Officials seek gigantic empty pill bottles


Los Angeles: Investigators have not ruled out the possibility of a “drug dealing case” in Sage Stallone’s death although they do not believe he was an addict.

Detectives believe Sylevster Stallon’s son was not an addict as his body structure was not the way drug addicts have.

“He was pudgy, and drug addicts are almost always rail thin,” an official source said.

Although authorities could not find a single Hydrocodone tablet in his house, there were 60 gigantic empty prescription bottles. Each bottle is expected to have 500 pills.

Bags of white powder were also reportedly found in his room. Detectives were trying to find out more evidence.