TV chef Anthony Sedlak's death attributed to overdose of cocaine and oxycodone

Anthony-SedlakCanadian TV chef Anthony Sedlak’s death has been ruled as a suicidal overdose of cocaine and oxycodone.

29-year-old Sedlak – who was a regular on the likes of The Main and Family Cook Off – was found in his Vancouver apartment last July.

While his death was initially attributed by his family to an undiagnosed medical condition, it has since been classified as an overdose after he intentionally ingested “excessive amounts of cocaine and oxycodone,” according to a B.C. coroner’s report.

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