Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019

The cause of death a former of Glee star confirmed as suicide by hanging


Mark SallingMark Salling - Mark Salling's death certificate has confirmed that the cause of his death is asphyxia by hanging.

Salling, 35, was found lifeless on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 in the remote area of ??the Los Angeles River, Big Tujunga Canyon. The scene is only a few miles from his residence in the San Gabriel Mountain Tujunga area. The former Glee star has been missing for several hours.

The death certificate is issued by the Examining Office, filed in L.A. County, and also revealed that the corpse was found in the river bed, as previously reported. Salling's lawyer, Michael J Proctor confirmed the actor's death in a statement that quoted by

"Mark is a gentle and loving person, a person of great creativity who does his best to make up for some serious mistakes and misconduct," he said.

"The Salling family appreciates the support they have received and asks for their privacy to be respected." The toxicology report should be released.

Before do the suicide, there are some strange things that he did. He shouted to his roommate, who found himself bleeding and dialed 911.

Luckily, Salling's life was still helped. Salling was taken to the hospital and given psychiatric services that continued on rehabilitation. He is suspected of being frustrated over a case of pornography that put him at risk of 7 years in prison.

The actor - who starred in Noah 'Puck' Puckerman on the popular TV series Glee, is featured as the main character from 2009-2015.

In December 2015, Salling was arrested at his home in Los Angeles after suspicion of having thousands of videos and photos containing child pornography.

More than 50,000 child pornographic images are found on the actor's laptop, and 4,000 images and 150 other videos are found in the flash.

Salling was indicted in May 2016 and found guilty in December 2017 of having child pornography content involving minors. He is scheduled to receive a punishment on March 7, 2018.




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