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DON' T MISS DJ AM Found Dead in New York Apartment DJ AM Picture Retrospective After some deliberation, MTV has decided to air DJ AM's eight-part series Gone Too Far, which shows him speaking about his own addictions and his 11-year struggle for sobriety. The series will show the DJ (real name Adam Goldstein) meeting with fellow addicts and families who have been devastated by substance abuse.
It will also show the musician trying to help them on the road...
Throughout his early 20s, he struggled with drugs, depression and his weight, which reached 300 pounds in the mid-1990s.
In 1997, Goldstein said in interviews that he came close to killing himself.
In 1997, at over 300 pounds, the longtime Los Angeles resident attempted suicide before soon quitting using drugs and undergoing gastric bypass surgery.
Goldstein hit musical fame as a member of the band Crazy Town, whose song “Butterfly” was a platinum-selling hit in 2001, and later found his name in the headlines from dating starlets like Mandy Moore and Nicole Ritchie, to whom he was briefly engaged.
The former flames have always maintained their friendship, and when Mandy heard about DJ AM's accident, she rushed across the country to be at his hospital bedside.
Not all of his exes are quite as devoted as Mandy, but DJ AM has plenty of friends supporting him, especially now that Travis Barker is also out of the hospital.
In addition to his success as a solo deejay, Goldstein was a member of Crazy Town.Just a year later, Goldstein was found dead in his Manhattan apartment from an accidental drug overdose. Goldstein was born in Philadelphia and lived near Rittenhouse Square until he moved to Los Angeles at 14.He attended the Philadelphia School, Greenfield Elementary and Friends' Central.Out of respect for his family and loved ones, please respect their privacy at this time," the statement said.A New York law enforcement official told the Associated Press that drug paraphernalia was found at the apartment. Adam Goldstein, 36, was famous as a jet set DJ who spun records at some of the world's most exclusive parties, including private events for Leonardo Di Caprio, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Stiller, among many others, and could command more than ,000 for a three-hour set.