He tried several rehabilitation centers only to end up back on the opiates when swollen and in horrible pain from the kidney issues. It became a cycle for Dylan, who was a very nice young man who hated his addiction.
He died of acute heroin and cocaine intoxication the same day he was released from a 30 day rehab in San Diego, California. He was 23.
God rest his soul, he no longer struggles.
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