The autopsy results for Tyler Sanders have been determined. The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner has released their report on the death of 18-year-old 9-1-1: Lone Star actorTyler Sanders, finding that Sanders’s death was an accident and noting “fentanyl effects” as the primary reason.

In June, Sanders’ representative Pedro Tapia sent the following statement to Deadline: “Tyler had a lot of potential as an actor. Please respect his family’s privacy at this time; they are amazing people.”

Sanders was a promising young actor who had been nominated for a Daytime Emmy for his performance in Just Add Magic, a series that aired on Prime Video from 2015 to 2019. Beyond Just Add Magic: Mystery City, he’s also been in The Rookie and Fear the Walking Dead.

Sanders gave fans a glimpse into his off-screen life as a teenager, documenting his adventures in white water rafting, attending Coachella, skydiving, and his fitness journey before his untimely demise. His most recent update featured a series of photographs showing Bernie Sanders dressed in a suit and accompanied by the word “Styling.”

Sanders’ drug use profile included heroin, cocaine, LSD, mushrooms, and Xanax, according to the report. He had no previous health issues, but his family and friends thought he was struggling with something on the inside.

His relatives reported that he was suffering from severe depression despite his reputation as a “ambitious” and “hard-working” actor.

It was for his work on “Just Add Magic: Mystery City” that he was nominated for an Emmy.
The Lord was at the centre of Tyler’s life, and he lived each day to the fullest, loving others and serving others. 
We hope that by sharing our experience, we might help save the lives of others,” Ginger Sanders said.
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