General Hospital Star Jack Wagner Son Harrison Found Dead In Parking Lot

Authorities have confirmed that additional research will be necessary to fully understand the circumstances surrounding the passing of Harrison Wagner, the son of Jack and Kristina Wagner.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office told us that the investigation into the cause of death had been postponed. “Deferred” indicates that a cause of death could not be established following an autopsy and that the medical examiner has requested further investigation into the cause of death, which may include completing additional studies.

“Once the tests and studies results are received, the physician will reevaluate the case to determine the cause of death.” On Monday morning in North Hollywood at 5:14 local time, Harrison was discovered unresponsive in a parking lot and was subsequently pronounced dead at the scene. He was 27.

Peter, currently 31 years old, is also the child of his famous parents, who appeared together on “General Hospital” in the past. Former spouses in the acting world who were married from 1993 until 2006

Jack had previously discussed Harrison's battles with addiction in greater detail.

“I'm going to ask individuals who want to share their concerns, addictions, and challenges with me to do so via Twitter, and I'm going to say this: We can confront them together, I'll start,” the actor said in 2016 shortly after his kid went missing following a relapse in substance abuse. “We can face them together.”

In another one of his tweets, he admitted, “I fear for the safety of my youngest son.” “When I was younger, I fought with substance abuse and drinking, just like Harrison does now. He has suffered a relapse and has been missing for the past five days.”

The following day, Jack provided his fans with an update in which he informed them that he had received a message from his son.

He said in a tweet, “Harrison has been in touch.” “He's 21 and in charge of his life—thx for the lv and prayers. Pls, continue to share your challenges. It helps us all,” the message read. “Thank you for the love and prayers.”