LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Reality television performer Joey Kovar, who starred in MTV‘s “The Real World: Hollywood” and VH1‘s “Celebrity Rehab,” was found upheld during a friend’s home nearby Chicago on Friday, according to media reports.
Kovar, 29, who had a story of drug addiction, was found by a womanlike crony who beheld blood entrance out of his ears and nose, luminary news website TMZ.com reported. Kovar‘s deputy could not be reached for comment.
“MTV is deeply saddened to learn that Joey Kovar of ‘The Real World: Hollywood’ has upheld away. We offer a sympathies to Joey‘s desired ones, friends and fans,” a network pronounced in a matter on Friday.
The Chicago local gained celebrity as an determined actor on a 20th deteriorate of MTV’s “Real World” existence uncover in 2008, that documented Kovar’s struggles with drug addiction as he attempted to forge a career in Hollywood.
The determined actor after assimilated a expel of VH1′s “Celebrity Rehab” in 2010 to overcome his obsession to alcohol, cocaine, ecstasy, methamphetamine and steroids. His autobiography on a show’s website pronounced he had formerly “come really tighten to genocide by an overdose.”
(Reporting By Piya Sinha-Roy; Editing by Bob Tourtellotte, Bernard Orr)R Soft Web Hosting