Posted January 11, 2013 8:58 AM by with 5 comments

Nine months after the suicide of Corbin Fisher model “Sean” (aka Matthew Bremer Edison), a mystery blogger is promising to finally unveil the secret story behind the gay porn star’s tragic death.

“Forces have been at work since Matt’s death on Sunday afternoon, March 25, 2012, to keep the truth about exactly how Matt died from his friends, Sean’s fans, and everyone else … In the coming days and weeks, the complete story of the circumstances and events that led to Matt’s death will be explained at length.”

Because the Truth Should Be Told, a expose/tribute/prevention site claims that Sean’s death was only a suicide if you insist on a literal version of the word. If you’re feeling poetic, it was a murder by Molly — the powdered form of ecstasy. Sean seems to have an extensive history of depression (he was on tricyclics, not for the faint of heart), and his fondness for ecstasy didn’t help.

The medical examiner ruled Matt’s death a suicide, not an accidental drug overdose as has been reported by various media outlets, because of the level of antidepressants in his system as well as two texts Matt sent his girlfriend mere minutes before he died: “Perhaps this is for the best.” and “Tell everybody I loved them.” or words to that effect.

It appears Matt knew he was dying, but he never tried to call 911. No one knows exactly why.

Perhaps because he was committing suicide. As sad as Matthew’s death is, and as well-intentioned his anti-drug PSA is, there’s no reason to think that Matt’s death belongs in Hollywood Babylon. There’s also this:

This is at least the third tribute site to Matthew — and the weirdest. (The email itself comes from “Matthew Edison”) His parent’s original site seems to be down, though Corbin Fisher’s tribute page is still up. As, of course, is his video profile page (as Sean III) .


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  1. Eddie January 12th, 2013 at 12:08 AM

    I remember that when he passed away someone in his family – maybe his grandmother – made a comment that he had died just in the moment that he had began to earn good money (in porn)…Something weird to say in a situation like that. I keep it in my memory because for me it tells a lot about the enviroment where he lived and the decisions he made in life. Say what you want against it but for me ‘ family values ‘ are fundamental.


  2. Corey January 12th, 2013 at 4:54 AM

    No lie, I knew Matthew. I’m his dad’s boyfriend. The night he supposedly died. He text me. Matthew had awesome family values. It wasn’t exactly a suicide. Did he know he was in trouble, yes. Could it have been to late to help him, maybe not. I kick myself a lot for not going in his room that night and checking on him. I heard noises, but everyone said he died that early evening. And to have my boyfriend, his father, find him like that. It’s just too much. I just want it all to stop and go away and hopefully his father never sees this. I just want people to let us get on with our lives. Please.


  3. Asenath January 12th, 2013 at 5:52 AM

    The original blogger to gin this up should be ashamed. It’s got to be hard enough on Sean’s family. Even if they grieve in a way that doesn’t seem wholesome or normal to you, losing a family member is hell. Especially in a suicide.

    Now somebody is trying to get clicks and notoriety off his death? So gross.


  4. emma January 12th, 2013 at 10:28 AM

    Watch out for the anti porn crusaders and their,”You need us to help you from yourselves” schtick.


  5. Danny February 14th, 2013 at 3:21 PM

    What’s the big deal? We all have demons. His just got the better of him. Sad and tragic.


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