Macaulay Culkin Is 'Surely Dying' From Heroin Addiction

1 August 2012

Worrying new reports have emerged which suggest that 'Home Alone' star Macaulay Culkin is "surely dying" from a heroin addiction.

Oh dear. Macaulay, say it isn't so?

We have already reported that sources have come forward to the National Enquirer suggesting that the former child star is hooked on both heroin and the prescription painkiller oxycodone, but now it has been revealed that those close to the star think he needs some "serious help".

The National Enquirer alleges a source claiming: “Macaulay Culkin is hooked on drugs and it’s killing him! He’s been hooked for a year and a half, and his drug of choice is either heroin or oxycodone. Mac is surrounding himself with junkies and lowlifes. It’s a real tragedy.”

Another source also confessed that they were afraid the actor, known to festive film fans everywhere as Kevin, was dying from his addictions:

“Macaulay Culkin is surely dying. He’s addicted to heroin, oxyco done, Percocet and Vicodin… he needs serious help", the source went on to allege.

The sources went on to suggest that Macaulay's split from Mila Kunis back in 2011 may have been the trigger for his sudden downward spiral - and, if that is the case, we dread to think how her new relationship with Ashton Kutcher is affecting him.

We hope the rumours aren't true but, if they are, we beg Macaulay Culkin to get the help he needs, fast.

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