911: Lone Star teenage actor Tyler Sanders passed away from fentanyl use in June, the results of his autopsy show. In a report obtained by TMZ, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner (ME) stated that the 18-year-old’s death was an accident.
Tyler was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for his role in the Prime Video series Just Add Magic: Mystery. He also landed guest roles on shows such as 911: Lone Star and was actively posting on social-media channels during the weeks leading up to his passing.
As TMZ reported, the young man was found dead on June 16 in his Los Angeles home.
People involved in the death investigation have told media outlets that the deceased had a history of substance abuse. The police found a plastic straw along with white powder in the room in which he died.
In the autopsy report, the ME notes that Tyler told a close friend in text messages on the night before his death that he was using fentanyl. The report states that Tyler did not respond to phone calls from his friend after sending the message about his fentanyl use. The coroner stated that Tyler had not been diagnosed with any medical issues; however, he had a history of addiction to drugs, which included cocaine, heroin, LSD, mushrooms, and Xanax.
Tyler was found unresponsive in bed in the house in which he resided. Allegedly, illicit drugs were also discovered in the bathroom. according to the TMZ report.