Sylvester Stallone blamed for son's death
17 July 2012, 15:50
Los Angeles - Sylvester Stallone's nephew has blamed the actor for his son's death.
Edd Filiti - the son of the Rocky
star's half-sister Toni Ann - has vented his anger at the 66-year-old
actor and his wife Jennifer Flavin, claiming they neglected Sage
Stallone, 36, who was found unresponsive at his Studio City apartment in
Los Angeles on Friday, and says they "don't care" about his passing.
to Sylvester not returning Sage's call when he rang to wish his father
happy birthday recently, Edd wrote on his Facebook page: "What did he do
wrong, say happy birthday? Neither you [Stallone's wife Jennifer
Flavin] or he could return a phone call, which is all he wanted, his
"I know you don't care what happened, but you'll care
when you're squirming under the burning magnifying glass of public
opinion. You people make me fucking sick."
'Tore this family apart'
18, also claims Jennifer - who has been married to Sylvester since 1997
– "tore this family apart" when she tied the knot with the actor.
the post, which has since been deleted, he continued: "Jennifer Flavin,
you won. You tore this family apart and got your trophy, Congrats!
"Like you told my family, 'I'm Sly's family now, he doesn't [need] you anymore.'
"Lets see how much he needs you after this. (sic)"
'No greater pain'
has been left devastated after Sage - his son from his first marriage
to Sasha Czack - passed away, saying there is "no greater pain" than
losing a child and "begging" for the actor's memory to be "left in
He said: "When a parent loses a child there is no
greater pain. Therefore I am imploring people to respect my talented
son's memory and feel compassion for his loving mother Sasha.
agonising loss will be felt for the rest of our lives. Sage was our
first child and the centre of our universe and I am humbly begging for
all to have my son's memory and soul left in peace."
autopsy on Sage's body has proved inconclusive and the cause of his
death is not expected to be known for up to two months until toxicology
tests have been completed.