“Pawn Stars” reality star Rick Harrison breaks silence after son dies at 39

Pawn Stars is an American reality television series shown on History and produced by Leftfield Pictures.

The series is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, a 24-hour family business opened in 1989[2] and originally operated by patriarch Richard “Old Man” Harrison, his son Rick Harrison, Rick’s son Corey “Big Hoss” Harrison, and Corey’s childhood friend, Austin “Chumlee” Russell.

The series, which became the network’s highest rated show, and the No. 2 reality show on television, behind Jersey Shore, debuted on July 19, 2009.The series depicts the staff’s interactions with customers, which consist of buying, selling, and pawning artifacts; haggling over the price, and discussing the artifacts’ historical background, with narration provided by either the Harrisons or Chumlee.For years, Rick Harrison has captured the hearts of audiences through the hit reality series “Pawn Stars.” Since 2009, viewers have followed the exciting world of the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, which Rick and his late father Richard established in 1988.The show delves into the fascinating world of pawn transactions, showcasing the unique items that enter the shop and the stories behind them. Corey Harrison, Rick’s other son, and his childhood friend Austin Lee Russell, known as Chumlee, also make appearances on the show.The heartbreaking news of the passing of Adam Harrison, son of “Pawn Stars” creator and star Rick Harrison, has struck a chord with fans and celebrities alike. At 39 years old, Adam’s untimely death has left a void in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.Rick Harrison took to Instagram to pay tribute to his beloved son in a touching post. Sharing a photo of Adam and himself at a restaurant, Harrison expressed his eternal love and grief. “You will always be in my heart! I love you Adam,” he wrote, accompanied by a broken-heart emoji. It’s clear that the bond between father and son was unbreakable.

Tributes poured in from all corners, including a heartfelt message from Donald Trump Jr., the son of former president Donald Trump. “I’m so sorry man,” Trump Jr. wrote, offering his support to the grieving family. The Harrison family has always had a close connection with the Trumps, with Rick Harrison even speaking at a get-out-the-vote rally for Trump in Las Vegas back in 2016.Adam’s older brother, Corey Harrison, also took to social media to express his love for his late sibling. Sharing a precious childhood photo of them together in a bathtub, Corey wrote, “I will always love you, bubba.” The loss of a sibling is a profound pain, and Corey’s heartfelt message resonates with the love they shared as brothers.

The Harrison family released a statement expressing their deep sorrow over Adam’s passing. In a press release obtained by CBS affiliate KLAS, they conveyed their immense sadness at this tragic loss. Laura Herlovich, a representative for the family, confirmed that Adam’s death was a result of an overdose. The family has requested privacy as they navigate through this difficult time of grieving and healing.

Though Adam Harrison didn’t appear on “Pawn Stars,” his presence will forever be cherished by his family. Rick Harrison’s children with his first wife, Kim Harrison, were Corey and Adam. After their marriage ended in 1985, Rick went on to marry Tracy Harrison in 1986, and they had a son named Jake before divorcing in 2011. Presently, Rick is happily married to Amanda Palmer.The passing of Adam Harrison is a stark reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of cherishing our loved ones. As we come to terms with this loss, let us remember the joy and love that Adam brought into the lives of those around him. May he rest in eternal peace, knowing that he will be forever loved and missed.Feel free to share your thoughts and condolences for the Harrison family in the comments below.


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