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MTV Expected to Air DJ AM Show

DJ Adam Goldstein filmed a tough-love style show for drug addicts before he succumbed to his own addiction last month -- and MTV is expected to air the footage.

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In "Gone Too Far," DJ AM sat down with troubled addicts and used his own story to encourage their sobriety. The disc jockey was believed to have been sober for eleven years before he relapsed. Goldstein was found dead in his NYC apartment last month of an apparent drug overdose. The toxicology report has yet to be released.

According to Reuters, MTV is likely to air the program and has been talking to Adam's family about when an appropriate time would be to do so. There is reportedly concern that airing the footage too soon would be perceived as hypocritical or exploitative.

DJ AM wrapped filming on the show just three days before his death. It was originally slated to air October 5.

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