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Chris Cornell may have had more than a few Ativan in his system when he committed suicide last week.
Sources are now telling TMZ that the Soudergarden frontman was found dead with fresh and 'obvious' track marks on his arms - indicating that he may have injecting drugs.
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According to prevention experts, his death arriving on the late Cornell's 53rd birthday may bear some importance.
As reported by , these experts believe that momentous occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries can be triggers of intense emotions for people who have lost loved ones to suicide - increasing that person's very own risk.
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“Anniversaries bring up the fact that the person isn't with us anymore,” says Julie Cerel, president of the American Association of Suicidology said.
“It becomes a time of risk for people who are hopeless and hurting.” While there's no official word hinting that Bennington's death was in any way due to the date, he had previously spoken openly about his struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts.
The 52-year-old first tried heroin when he was 12 years old, and struggled with multiple addictions - but eventually got sober around 2002.
Cornell's bodyguard found him dead in his hotel bathroom last week, with a band around his neck, after getting a call from Cornell's panicked wife who said he had been slurring his words on the phone to her after his Detroit concert.American Association of Suicidology (AAS) board member and vice president of suicide prevention group Six Feet Over, says that Bennington's fans may now be dealing with their own complicated feelings over the singer's death.