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Did DJ AM O.D.?

An unnamed official has revealed new information to the Associated Press on the possible overdose of DJ AM, who was found dead in his New York City home Saturday. According to the AP, 36-year-old AM (legally Adam Goldstein) had six prescription pills in his stomach and one in his throat when he was discovered in his SoHo apartment. The official said the pills appear to be OxyContin, a strong painkiller. Though a preliminary autopsy was inconclusive, according to the medical examiner's office a crack pipe and prescription-pill bottles were reportedly found near Goldstein's body.