Chef Anthony Sedlak’s Death Blamed on Drug Overdose


VANCOUVER — News has surfaced about the cause of Anthony Sedlak’s death. The Vancouver celebrity chef died last summer from what his family stated as an undiagnosed medical condition.

A recently released coroner’s report, dated Dec. 12, 2012, listed the official cause of death as an “intentional ingestion of excessive amounts of cocaine and oxycodone,” according to CBC News.

Sedlak was best known for hosting Food Network Canada’s The Main. He also authored a cookbook with the same title. Most recently, Sedlak was in charge of revamping the restaurants and room service program at the Don Valley Hotel and Suites in Toronto.

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