Why It's Really Sad That Cory Monteith is Dead

7/14/2013 7:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
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Obviously, it goes without saying that it's sad that Cory Monteith has passed away at the age of 31, because it's a loss for the humankind as a whole. Death is a part of life, but unexpected death always cuts deep, even if there's a history of prior significant issue, like substance abuse

As you all might already know, Cory Monteith passed away yesterday at a hotel in Canada, and there are multiple sources claiming that it might have been due to an overdose. Sources say that Cory had gone out with friends on Friday night, returned to the hotel alone in the early hours of Saturday morning, and was discovered by hotel staff when he'd missed check-out time.

In prior interviews, Cory admitted to previously being into "anything and everything, as much as possible," and had been in rehab by the age of 19 as well as earlier this year.  

Cory lived like everybody else. Cory's last tweet read, "what the crap is a Sharknado ... oh. IT'S A SHARK TORNADO." Cory was just likable. Relatable.

Cory is your son. Your brother. Your best friend. Your old college roomie. Your father, neighbor, or favorite grocery store bagger, and he maybe didn't get the help he needed, and now he's gone. That's what makes this thing the saddest.

I don't know about you guys, but I'm not emotionally ready for Lea Michele's statement. Not when she's been posting stuff like this:

If I ain't got nothing.. I got you. If I ain't got something I don't give a damn cause I got it with you.. And it's me and you... <3 #1+1

RIP, Cory.  
Filed Under:  Cory Monteith , drugs , RIP
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