ET is on the scene as the L.A. County Coroner and Los Angeles Police Department arrive to the Los Angeles home of Sylvester Stallone's recently deceased son Sage.
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Coroner Ed Winter revealed to ET that there were no open prescription bottles present at the scene, contrary to reports. Winter took his leave from the residence on Mulholland Terrace not too long ago, and will return later to transport the body.
The 36-year-old was pronounced dead on the scene by paramedics, who were called in when a maid discovered him unresponsive. According to police, Sage had been dead longer than 24 hours upon arrival.
The cause of death is as of yet unknown, but is believed to be accidental.