‘My 600 LB’ Star’s Tragic Death Questions Reality Stars’ Safety!

Not everytime do you observe that the celebrities get killed? But, when they get killed, it was often related to an old rivalry or the gangster activities. Now, this 'My 600-LB Star is found dead. His death sparked a huge controversy. Know what happened? Read more to know about the shocking incident.

My 600-LB Star dead!

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‘My 600-LB Star is found dead. His death sent a wave shock among the fanbase of ‘My 600-LB’. How his death took place wasn’t confirmed first. But. now there are multiple reports available, which are disclosing facts over his death.

Did he die due to health struggle?

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Did he die battling health issues? Well, the shocking fact is that he died from a gunshot wound. Police recovered his body after they came for a regular patrolling.

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Here’s what the officials said

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In reference to his death, the Lexington County Sheriff’s department, said, “In reference to a welfare check I arrived at the park and attempted to locate James Bonner.”

Another officer added the cause of his death!

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Another officer, while speaking to Radar.com, said, “I located James in the ditch with a gunshot wound Opens a New Window.”

He was badly injured!

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When the Police recovered his body, he was badly injured and was unable give a response to the medical aid that the officials were trying to providing.

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Officials were unable to render aid!

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It was reported from the officials that “I called for EMS to respond to the park,” the report stated. “I then accessed the extent of James’ injuries and found that I was unable to render aid.”

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Stars in danger!

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2018 has been a not-so-good year, as multiple Hollywood stars were shot dead. The tragic death of XXXTentacion had got an entire industry worried. Now, this tragic death might put stars in concern over their safety. “As we await information from the coroner’s report on Mr. Bonner’s death, we are not seeking any persons of interest or suspects as part of our continuing work on the case,” Capt. Adam Myrick, the Public Information Officer said.

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