Days after losing his 39-year-old son, “Pawn Stars” icon Rick Harrison has broken his silence… and he’s confirmed what we all feared about Adam’s death Sit down before you Check Comments below.

After Rick Harrison’s son Adam passed away unexpectedly and tragically, the Pawn Shop star breaks her silence by sharing a moving remembrance on Instagram.

Adam, 39, overdosed and died in Las Vegas on Friday, leaving his family completely horrified and inconsolable.

“You’ll be in my heart forever! “I love you, Adam,” Rick wrote next to a picture of the two of them grinning at a pub.

Previously, Adam’s death was verified to the Las Vegas Review-Journal by Laura Herlovich, a family representative.

The loss of Adam has deeply grieved our family. As we mourn his passing, we kindly request privacy,” the message said.

Speaking to Fox News Digital, Rick revealed the exact cause of Adam’s death saying that fentanyl was to blame.

The reality TV star stated, “Yeah, I can confirm Adam died from a fentanyl overdose.” “We need to give this nation’s fentanyl problem more serious attention. It appears that nothing is being done to stop it from just flowing across the boundaries. We have to perform better.

Supporters and a few of Rick’s famous acquaintances swiftly sent their condolences.

The message read, “I’m so sorry, man,” from Donald Trump Jr.

Corey Harrison, Adam’s brother, also honored his late sibling on Instagram by posting a vintage snapshot of the two of them taking a bath.

He wrote, “Wax wtf I will always love you bubba,” as the image’s description.

Adam was the second child of Rick Harrison and Kim Harrison from their initial marriage. Later on, Rick married a second time, and the two of them have a son named Jake.

While Adam was not as involved, he did work with his father, according to reports, and we saw Rick and Corey running the Gold & Silver Pawn and appearing on the show.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of overdose deaths from synthetic opioids increased by 56.6% between January 2020 and January 2021.

Fentanyl is classified by the Drug Enforcement Agency as a Schedule II banned narcotic, “about 100 times more potent than morphine.” Two milligrams, less than a grain of salt, can be deadly depending on the individual.

We are praying and thinking of the Harrison family.

Peace be with you, Adam.

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