Harry Hains, 27, passed away suddenly in January, and now his cause of death has been revealed.
People reports, per the L.A. County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office, that Hains died of fentanyl intoxication.
In the days following his death, his mom, actress Jane Badler, announced the sad news on Instagram, writing, “On Jan 7 my beautiful son died . He was 27 and had the world at his feet . But sadly he struggled with mental illness and addiction. A brilliant spark shone bright too short a time .. I will miss you Harry every day of my life.”
A service was held for Harry on January 12 at Hollywood Forever, a landmark cemetery in the heart of Hollywood.
Just a week before he died, Hains celebrated the new year on Instagram. He wrote, “O 2020!×××The NEW ERA has already begun // So let's all keep only moving forward, staying so present to enjoy each & every moment throughout this beautiful new BEGINNING - HAPPY N3W YEAR peeeeps 🥰😈🥳🥳😜 SO MUCH LOVE & GRATITUDE FOR ALL IN MY LIFE ❤🧡💛💚💙💜.”
Along with "American Horror Story" (2015), Hains also appeared in the films "The Surface" (2015) and "Groupies" (2018), and on TV's “The OA” (2019) and “Sneaky Pete” (2019).
In addition to acting, he was a model and performed music as ANTIBOY, described as a “gender fluid robot from the future.”
His mother is known as the star of the miniseries and series "V" from the '80s, as well as its 2011 reboot.