Fate of DJ AM show unclear as assumption over death grows

The future of a realism show that Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein was working on for MTV remains unsure after his death Friday night, his publicist said Monday.

"It is too soon to have made any decisions at this time concerning the status of the show," Jenni Weinman said in an e-mail regarding "Gone Too Far," a show about drug habit that was set to debut in October.

It was a topic close to his heart. The successful deejay and entrepreneur was a self-described crack cocaine addict who had 11 years of sobriety and required the show to help others.

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