“Pawn Stars” Rick Harrison’s Show Silent on Late Son’s Tragic Death

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Rick Harrison, star of the popular show “Pawn Stars,” has decided not to address the recent passing of his son, Adam, in the upcoming season…TMZ has learned.

According to a spokesperson for the Harrison family told to the outlet, Rick has already spoken about Adam’s tragic death personally, and there will be no additional commentary on the matter in future episodes. It’s worth noting that Adam was not a cast member of the show.

They told to the outlet, “The Harrison family are keeping themselves busy amid the unfathomable tragedy and have started filming new episodes this month.” 

Adam, one of Rick Harrison’s three sons, used to assist at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, even though he wasn’t part of the show’s cast.

TMZ reported that Adam passed away last month due to a fentanyl overdose. Rick, deeply affected by his son’s loss, shared an emotional tribute on Instagram, expressing, “ You will always be in my heart! I love you Adam. 💔”

Rick pointed to the uncontrolled flow of fentanyl across the border as the cause of his son’s tragic passing. He stressed the critical importance of addressing this crisis within our country.

In response to numerous requests from concerned individuals wanting to express their support, the Harrison family has set up an education fund for Adam’s son. after being inundated with pleas from people asking how they can show support.

At this moment, the show “Pawn Stars” will continue with its regular operations, even as the Harrison family copes during this difficult time.

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