Four players testify they were given drugs at Tyler Skaggs death trial

Players testify in the Tyler Skaggs case.

ANDhe case for the death of the pitcher of the Angels Tyler Skaggs, who was found dead of a drug overdose in 2019, remains under investigation and on Tuesday four players stated that they received oxycodone by a former team employee.

Matt Harvey, Mike Morin, Cam Bedrosian and CJ Cron They assured that when they played with the Angels, Erick Prescott Kay supplied them with drugs and is the one facing drug distribution and conspiracy charges in Skaggs’ death.

Harvey claimed he tried oxycodone and cocaine, while Morin and Cron revealed that they got the drug from Kay, while Bedrosian accepted that he received the pills but didn’t like the feeling and returned it.

Skaggs was found dead on July 1, 2019 at the age of a suburban Dallas hotel after the team flew in from Los Angeles and before what was to be a series of four games against the Texas Rangers.

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