“Pawn Stars” Rick Harrison’s Son, Adam, Dies from Apparent Overdose

Adam Harrison, the son of Rick Harrison, the leading figure of the popular television show “Pawn Stars,” has tragically passed away at the age of 39 due to an apparent overdose. The news was confirmed by a representative for the History Channel star on Friday, although the specifics surrounding the incident, including the time, location, and the substance involved, remain undisclosed.

The Harrison family expressed their deep sorrow over the loss of Adam, requesting privacy during this difficult time. The statement released by the family did not provide further details about the circumstances of Adam’s death.

The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is said to be conducting an investigation into the incident, according to sources. However, the department has not yet released any official statement regarding the case.

“Pawn Stars,” which first aired in 2009, features three generations of the Harrison family. The show revolves around their business at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, where they evaluate the authenticity of various items brought in by customers.

The media reached out to representatives for A+E Networks, Rick Harrison, and the Las Vegas Metro Police Department for comments, but no responses have been received at the time of this report.

Adam Harrison, who maintained a low profile compared to other family members, is not prominently featured on Rick Harrison’s social media accounts. Little is known about his personal life or his involvement in the family business.

According to sources, Adam had previously been involved in the family’s pawn shop operations but had since stepped back. He did not appear on the television show. Rick Harrison has two other sons, Corey, from his first marriage to Kim, and Jake, from his second marriage to Tracy.