Biological dad of Eminem’s non-binary child Stevie, 19, died of cocaine and fentanyl overdose, autopsy reveals after Stevie claimed she wasn’t told about adoption
- Eric Hartter died of a deadly combination of cocaine and fentanyl in 2019
- He was found dead by his mother in an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan
- Stevie, born Whitney, is Hartter’s daughter with Kim Scott, Eminem’s ex-wife
- Eminem adopted Stevie in 2005, when they would’ve been about three
- The Oscar winner also adopted Alaina, the daughter of Scott’s late twin sister
- He has a biological child with Scott named Hailie, who is mentioned in his songs
- In a recent video, Stevie suggested Eminem didn’t tell her about real dad
The biological father of Eminem’s adopted child Stevie died of a cocaine and fentanyl overdose in August 2019, according to a recently released autopsy report.
Eric Hartter was found dead by his mother in an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan after years of drug addiction, but the actual cause of his death was not known until recently.
‘Postmortem toxicology disclosed cocaine breakdown products and fentanyl within the blood. The combined use of these drugs increase the risk of sudden death,’ the autopsy report states.
Stevie Laine Mathers, 19, who previously went by Whitney, is the biological daughter of Hartter and Eminem’s ex-wife Kim Scott, 46. Stevie recently came out as non-binary, and uses the pronouns she, he and they.
Eric Hartter died of a cocaine and fentanyl drug overdose in an abandoned house in 2019
Stevie Mathers, 19, claimed Oscar-winning rapper Eminem didn’t tell them Hartter was her real dad in a since-deleted TikTok posted earlier this month
Scott and Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, met as teenagers. They were married once in 1999 for two years and a second time in 2006 for just a few months.
The pair have one biological daughter named Hailie Jade, 25.
The Academy Award-winning rapper adopted Stevie in 2005, when she would have been about three.
In a since-deleted TikTok video earlier this month, Stevie revealed that Eminem, 48, claimed to be her real father up she was shown articles of Hartter’s death in 2019.
‘He’s not your real dad. You’re adopted,’ reads a caption on the video.
‘No he is my real dad,’ Stevie mouths before turning their head to the other side as if speaking to someone else. ‘You’re my real dad right? Am I adopted?’
‘I am your real dad.’
It continues: ‘*gets sent an article of my biological dads death and shows my grandma,
‘I’m sorry they wouldn’t tell you about him,’ the video says at the end.
Eminem also adopted Alaina, 28, the daughter of Scott’s twin sister Dawn, who battled drug addiction before her death in 2015.
Eminem, 48, adopted Stevie in 2005, when she would have been about three years old
Stevie is the daughter of Hartter and Eminem’s ex-wife Kim Scott, who allegedly tried to kill herself last month before she was found in a pool of her own blood in her bathroom
Hartter’s death was reported by RadarOnline, and his autopsy report was released Thursday by The Sun.
According to court documents, Hartter had been arrested in December 2018 after allegedly stealing $200 worth of Red Bull from a CVS.
While in jail, he was arrested for the second time in 24 hours for felony contraband involving fentanyl and methamphetamine, for which he was sentenced to 153 days in jail and 24 months of probation.
Stevie came out as gender fluid on TikTok earlier this month, adding that she goes by all pronouns.
Kim Scott and Eminem met as teenagers. They were married once in 1999 for two years and a second time in 2006 for just a few months
Her mother, Scott, was rushed to the hospital after a bloody suicide attempt last month at her home in Detroit, Michigan.
The incident came days after Kim’s mom passed away on July 24, 2021.
In a 911 call obtained by The Sun, an unidentified female is heard telling the dispatcher she was checking in on Kim after growing concerned for her safety.
The woman claimed Kim ‘just tried killing herself’ and added: ‘There’s blood everywhere on the bathroom floor.’
‘Do you know if she’s conscious right now ma’am,’ the dispatcher asked, to which she replied, ‘She is, she’s yelling at me not to call the police.’
‘Ok, what did she do, did she have a gun, a knife or something, you said there’s blood?’ he asked.
‘She had the door locked and she wouldn’t let me in. And I kept telling her, ‘I’m coming in, I’m coming in.”
Officers were told there was a possible note left in the nearby bedroom, and they were provided with a small cardboard shipping box covered in ‘haphazard messages’ to her family.
Source: Read Full Article