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F1 boss Mosley's son dies after suspected drug overdose.

Byline: ANI

London, May 7 (ANI): The son of F1 boss Max Mosley has been found dead after a suspected drugs overdose.

Alexander Mosley, 39, was discovered in his home in Notting Hill, West London, reports The Sun.

A male pal discovered the body slumped in his 1.5 million pound home after a suspected heroin overdose.

One neighbour said Alexander, who owned a posh local restaurant, had a serious drug habit - but had also been clean for long periods.

He said: "He was very troubled. He was too rich too young. He had problems that haunted him to the end." (ANI)

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Date:May 8, 2009
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