Wahlburgers Star Henry Nacho Laun Unveiled to Have Died From Cocaine Overdose

Nearly a month after the extreme eating reality star passed away at the age of 54, his death certificate reveals that the cause of his death is ‘complications of acute cocaine intoxication.’

AceShowbiz -The cause of the death of Henry “Nacho” Laun has finally been revealed. Nearly a month after he passed away at the age of 54, the extreme eating star, best known for starring on “Wahlburgers”, was unveiled to have died from a cocaine overdose.

The reality star was confirmed to have died from a drug overdose in the death certificate, which was obtained by TMZ from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the document, it is written “complications of acute cocaine intoxication” as the immediate cause of his death. The manner of his death is listed as accidental as well.

Mark Wahlberg’s longtime friend died on June 1 at 2:33 P.M. at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Plymouth, MA, according to the death certificate. The document also showed that he was cremated on June 19. He is listed as never married and his occupation is “TV Personality/Entertainment.”

Henry first suffered a medical emergency on Wednesday, May 19 while he was traveling from Boston to Cape Cod. At the time, he was found unconscious in his car at a gas station. A customer had noticed he had passed out and they called 911. After being rushed to the hospital, the TV star was placed on life support as he remained unresponsive and unable to breathe on his own.

Henry was also reportedly in a coma for several days. A source went on revealing to the publication that it was unclear what caused his medical emergency, but his condition failed to improve in the following weeks. There had been pre-existing health issues, the so-called inside source added, that were making his situation even worse. He then passed away on June 1.

Following Henry’s death, a GoFundMe was set up to help with funeral costs and so fans could pay their respects to the beloved TV star. The insider told the outlet that Henry’s attorney, James Neyman, and friends organized the fundraising program.

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