Max Mosley’s son found dead 

A drug overdose could have caused the death

Written by David on May 06th, 2009 at 4:40 pmLast Update: May 06th, 2009 at 4:48 pm

Alexander Mosley, Max Mosley's sonAlexander Mosley, FIA president Max Mosley’s son, has been found dead in his home in Notting Hill, London. According to reports from the British press, the 39-year-old would have died following a drug overdose.

“We were called at 16.20pm on Tuesday to reports of a male found dead at a property in W11,” read a statement from Scotland Yard. “He was pronounced dead at the scene. The man is in his late thirties. We believe we know the identity of the deceased. The Coroner’s office has been informed.”

The FIA has issued a statement expressing the condolences. “The FIA extends sincere condolences to the Mosley family on the sad news of the death of Alexander Mosley. Our thoughts are with Alexander’s family and friends, and we would request that the media respect the Mosley family’s privacy at this difficult time.”

The FIA president has already cancelled his scheduled visit to the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend.

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