Storm Chasers star Joel Taylor died of MDMA overdose on gay cruise:

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A new toxicology report reveals that Storm Chasers star Joel Taylor died from an ecstasy overdose on board a cruise ship earlier this year. The Bureau of Forensic Sciences of Puerto Rico told TMZ that traces of ketamine were found in his system but the official cause of death is MDMA poisoning. Taylor, 38, was found unresponsive in his cabin on board Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas on January 23 when the boat docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico.The star of Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers had passed out on the dance floor in the early morning hours after allegedly consuming a large quantity of the prescription narcolepsy medicine GHB during a raucous party. According to TMZ, party drugs, including ecstasy, cocaine and GHB, were in ample supply on board the ship, and several passengers had been arrested and taken off the cruise before it set sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 20 for a seven-day all-gay cruise.The FBI said it was focusing on the circumstances of Taylor’s sudden passing, how the illegal narcotics ended up on the boat and who supplied them.Scroll down for video  According to Royal Caribbean International’s official website, guests are prohibited from bringing on board illegal drugs and substances, along with weapons, hookhas, dangerous chemicals ‘and other items that could interfere with the safe operation or the ship of the safe and secure environment of our guests and crew.’The section of the site that lists the prohibited items goes on to say: ‘These and other similar items will be confiscated upon being found. Alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, flammable liquids, explosives, and dangerous chemicals will not be returned.’A cruise line representative told the company has ‘zero tolerance’ policy concerning drugs. The ship was charted by a private company called Atlantis Events, which bills itself as ‘the leader in all-gay vacations’ and ‘the world’s largest gay and lesbian specialty vacation company,’ according to its site.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Recovering heroin addict Anthony Bourdain had NO narcotics… Father and son drug dealers are jailed for a total of nine… Share this article Share It set sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 20 for a seven-day cruise to Eastern Caribbean, with stops along the way in Labadee, Haiti, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Philipsburg, St Maarten, before returning to Florida.Aboard the ship was Grease star Olivia Newton-John who was slated to perform. A clip from the night of Taylor’ s death showed Newton-John in a bedazzled jacket, backed by a quartet of Pink Ladies, performing the iconic song from Grease Summer Nights.A passenger claimed that the reality star had ingested so much of the addictive narcolepsy medication GHB – often referred to as ‘club drug’ or ‘date rape drug’ – that he passed out on the dance floor and had to be carried back to his cabin by two other people.    Devastated friends and fans paid tribute to the much-lov
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