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He had just finished filming The Informers, an adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis novel, with Winona Ryder and Billy Bob Thornton.
The film's producer Marco Weber said: "Brad was an exceptionally talented young actor and our time spent with him was thoroughly enjoyable." But Renfro was also well-known for his personal problems.
They report that Samantha Pearson, Brad’s on-and-off girlfriend spoke with him 12 hours before his body was found, and said he was drunk.
She said he was has happy and laughing, and she asked him to please be careful.
Heroin coursing through your veins is like taking that proverbial LEAK OF ALL LEAKS.” Also read: Philip Seymour Hoffman Death: 5 Projects the Actor Had In the Works Others are using Hoffman’s death as an opportunity to stress that it wasn’t just caused by a drug overdose — it was a disease.
“I wish more people would lose the stigma and treat addiction as the deadly and serious DISEASE that it is,” actress and singer Demi Lovato wrote on Twitter on Sunday. “Please spread the word so we can take the taboo out of discussing this illness and raising awareness to people of all ages. An INCREDIBLE artist who lost his life to this horrible disease.
“This time, he was like, ‘I’ve got it figured out.’ It was the happiest I’ve seen him.” In Knoxville, Renfro glowed about his 4-year-old son, Yamato, who lives in Japan full-time with his mom.The past two weeks have been pretty tragic in terms of unexpected deaths of young celebrity men.Between the death of Brad Renfro, 25, and Heath Ledger, 28, there’s been a lot of drama and sadness.“Well, what I didn’t relay to you was the pain this individual went through. It was like watching a baby seal being beaten with a club. Many say that he should have been aware of the danger connected to this drug and it was his fault. He was utterly helpless.” “At first I thought he was weak,” the filmmaker continued, “But soon I realized that he was strong. And two years after he left my house, he was dead from an overdose from this drug. But I understand it.” English novelist Will Self, a former heroin addict who was caught using the drug while aboard the Prime Minister’s plane in 1997, appeared on BBC Newsnight to discuss Hoffman’s death, and was asked what the dangerous drug is “like.” See video: Philip Seymour Hoffman Death: 10 of His Finest Movie Moments “I think that for people that don’t have a kind of reason to anesthetized, it probably is experienced as, yes, euphoric. But they wouldn’t necessarily feel appalled toward taking it again,” the “Walking to Hollywood” author explained.“One of the strange things is that most of the people watching us now, at some time or other, will take medical diamorphine, which is heroin.