A week after “Glee” star Cory Monteith died from a mix of alcohol and heroin, creator Ryan Murphy publicly expressed his feelings.
Murphy told E!, "It's hard to even explain how personally upsetting it is."
Murphy confirmed he had been involved in trying to get Monteith help for his addiction. "I feel like we did everything that we could... His last words to me were, 'I want to get better,' and I always felt and continue to feel even in his death that he did, that he really wanted to fight it and he was humiliated and shamed.”
Cory Montieth’s relationship with “Glee” co-star Lea Michele was more serious than anyone realized; they may have been engaged. A source told People the two were talking marriage and planned to tie the knot.
Cory Monteith’s father never got to say a final goodbye to his son. Joe Monteith told TMZ he was “totally devastated” that his ex-wife had his son’s body cremated without his knowledge.reportedly released to his mother, Ann McGregor, on Tuesday. She decided to hold a private viewing with the actor’s brother Shaun and Cory’s girlfriend Lea Michele at the hospital, before having his remains cremated.
First there was the shocking coroner’s report that Cory Monteith died from a deadly mix of heroin and alcohol, and now police say he was alone in his Vancouver hotel room when he took the fatal dose.
UPDATE: The BC Coroners Service found heroin and alcohol in Monteith's system. Read more.
It seemed like Cory Monteith had it all… a role on the hit television show “Glee” and one of young Hollywood’s hottest starlets, Lea Michele, on his arm. Yet, according to TMZ, he was living a double life leading up to his tragic death.site says that Cory, 31, was playing the part of a hardworking actor while with his friends in L.A., but struggling to stay sober. When he would head home to Vancouver, where he began his career, he would slip back to his old ways as a “hard-partying substance abuser.”
Actor Cory Monteith’s friends and “Glee” family took to Twitter on Sunday to share their reactions to the actor’s death. Missing from the outpouring of love was Cory’s girlfriend and co-star Lea Michele who is reportedly "hysterical" and “inconsolable.”HollywoodLife that Michele, who began dating Monteith in 2012, “is absolutely hysterical and completely inconsolable. She is devastated beyond belief.”
The TV community lost one of their own on Saturday when actor Cory Monteith, best known as Finn Hudson on “Glee,” died in a Vancouver hotel room. As new details emerge about the case, fans and friends of the star are in mourning.People on Sunday, asking for “privacy during this devastating time.”
Cory Monteith, best known as Finn Hudson on “Glee,” has checked into rehab, reports People. Cory, 30, has been open about his substance abuse problems in the past and spent time in treatment when he was a teen.People that the star “has voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility for substance addiction. He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery."