LOS ANGELES (AP) - Court documents say the estate of Adam "DJ
AM" Goldstein is suing several defendants for wrongful death.
Goldstein sustained serious injuries in a plane crash in
September 2008 in South Carolina and later died of an accidental
overdose of prescription drugs and cocaine in August in New York.
Before his death, Goldstein filed a negligence and breach of
The amended complaint filed Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court
names several defendants, including Clay Lacy Aviation and Learjet
The 26-year-old Goldstein was known for his disc jockey skills
and his relationships with actress-singer Mandy Moore and reality
TV star Nicole Richie.
Attorneys for Clay Lacy Aviation did not respond to a request
for comment. A message left with a lawyer for Learjet was not
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