The mystery surrounding the tragic death of Angus Cloud, the beloved star of HBO’s hit series “Euphoria,” has finally been revealed, shedding light on the circumstances of his death. The 25-year-old actor, who played the character Fezco, died of acute poisoning resulting from an accidental overdose.
At the time of his untimely death, a toxicology report found that Cloud had a mixture of substances in his system, including cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl and benzodiazepines – depressant medications often used to treat conditions such as anxiety disorders, insomnia and seizures.
The news of Angus Cloud’s death sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry. His family confirmed his tragic death on July 31, saying: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that we have had to say goodbye to an incredible human being today… Angus was special to all of us in so many ways. regards.”
The family’s statement also revealed that Angus had been deeply affected by the recent loss of his father, who he considered his best friend. They noted that Angus had been open about his mental health issues and hoped his death would serve as a reminder that people should not struggle with these issues in silence.
In a Facebook post, Angus Cloud’s mother, Lisa Cloud, dispelled any notion of intentional harm, saying: “He had no intention of ending his life.” She shared that that evening, her son had plans and aspirations, including helping his sisters through college and supporting his family both emotionally and financially.
Since then, Lisa Cloud has been actively sharing her son’s most cherished memories on social media, allowing the world to glimpse his extraordinary spirit. She expressed gratitude to their “Oakland tribe” for honoring Angus’ legacy with art and messages of love on the streets and walls of their hometown.
“Angus’ flame was bright and powerful,” Lisa wrote, noting her son’s impact on people far beyond his immediate circle. She urged everyone to honor their grief while remembering that Angus’ spirit lives on in their hearts.