A sad life story of Sylvester Stallone’s son

Sylvester Stallone was afflicted by the diagnosis of “autism” for a long time.The actor’s condition was initially blamed on him. After some time, however, doctors reversed their diagnosis and blamed Sylvester’s speech issues on a birth injury. However, this diagnosis had an impact a few years later. The actor in a different setting.Stallone and his wife were overjoyed to have their second child.

The kids were not afraid to introduce the child, who was given the name Sergio, to the public.The toddler even starred in a film alongside his father. In the film, he played Rocky’s son. He never appeared on film again.

The boy “sparkled” in public for the first time when he was three years old. Sergio shared the cover of a magazine alongside Sylvester Stallone. However, the boy’s parents began to notice something strange over time.

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Sergio seemed uninterested in his surroundings, remained silent, and refused to play with his older brother. The child loves painting and listening to music.He didn’t seem to be able to have a conversation. The parents eventually decided to take the baby to the doctor. Sergio’s autism was discovered in this manner.

Stallone first hoped that the diagnosis would not be confirmed. But it didn’t work…Sergio’s mother took over responsibility for his upbringing at that point. Stallone, on the other hand, began working nonstop to fully support his family.After much research, it was established that the boy’s brain is not affected and can be trained. Heart disease, not drugs, was the major cause of Sage Stallone’s untimely death earlier this summer at age 36, the Los Angeles County coroner announced Thursday.


After conducting an autopsy as well as a full toxicology screen, the coroner cited atherosclerotic coronary artery disease as the cause of death, and said that the drug test was negative except for a small, “sub-therapeutic” level of hydrocodone, more commonly known as Vicodin.

Sylvester Stallone said after his son’s death, “It’s very, very tough. It’s a horrible situation, but time hopefully will heal, and you try to get through it.”

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