The son of FIA president Max Mosley has died of a suspected drug overdose, the British newspaper The Sun reported on Wednesday.

The son of FIA president Max Mosley has died of a suspected drug overdose, the British newspaper The Sun reported on Wednesday.

39-year-old Dr Alexander Mosley, a respected economist, was reportedly found dead by a relative in his West London home and could not be revived by paramedics.

"We were called at 16.20pm on Tuesday to reports of a male found dead at a property in W11 (Notting Hill)," said Metropolitan Police. "He was pronounced dead at the scene. The man is in his late 30s.

"We believe we know the identity of the deceased. The coroner's office has been informed," the police added.

Mosley's other son, Patrick, is 37.

 

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