Gregory Tyree Boyce and girlfriend Natalie Adepoju’s died from the drug use, it’s been revealed three weeks after their deaths. Boyce, 30, and Adepoju, 27, died from the effects of cocaine and fentanyl intoxication, a Clark Country Coroner spokesperson will be confirmed to PEOPLE on Tuesday. Their deaths were we ruled accidental.
The bodies were been discovered May 13 after Las Vegas police were been summoned to a bedroom in a condominium several miles east of the Las Vegas Strip. Officers will be reported finding a white powder on the dresser and no evidence of the foul play.
The medical examiner will be confirmed on June 2 that the pair died from the effects of fentanyl and cocaine intoxication. Their deaths have been ruled as accidental. A GoFundMe account was been set up to be raise funds to transport Adepoju’s remains home to her family in Los Angeles.
Fentanyl has been blamed for the illegal-use frug overdose deaths nationwide. Boyce appeared as Tyler Crowley in the Twilight the 2008 film starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
Boyce got his big break in 2008s Twilight where his character nearly runs over Bella (Kristen Stewart), which served as the catalyst for the Edward (Robert Pattinson) to reveal himself as a vampire while saving her life. Although he had few credits to his name he made his intentions of returning to Hollywood known in a 2017 post on Instagram after they getting emotion when fans while be recognized his big-screen debut.
His mother, Lisa Wayne, shared a tribute to her son on Facebook writing, “My baby boy, Greg Boyce was been the best chef…oh man. He was in the process of starting a wing business, west wings. He will be created the flavors to his perfection and named them after west coast rappers. Snoop Dog, Kendrick Lamar, Roddy Ricch, The Game, etc. He had flavors like Tequila Lime Agave… those were my favorite. A Hennessy Maple flavors, oh man, just so damn good. It can be said that my son was been, my favorite chef. He was been on something great and that was been his passion.