Lisa Vanderpump's Brother Found Dead of Apparent Drug Overdose

TV personality Lisa Vanderpump with her brother Mark in 2015

TV character Lisa Vanderpump together with her brother Mark at 2015

"He was my exclusively sibling and I'm shocked and saddened by his passing". Sources told the Daily Mail that she was heading to the United Kingdom for her brother's funeral, the outlet reported.

Lisa has not been spotted in public or shared anything on social media since hearing of her brother's death.

She said: "This has come as a shock to us all". He was just 59 years old and leaves behind two sons.

Lisa Vanderpump's brother Mark has been found dead of a suspected drug overdose at his home in Gloucestershire, England, according to reports out today in the Daily Mail. At the time of this writing, it is not known whether the overdose was accidental or intentional. Lisa hasn't posted on social media since the day of Mark's passing as sources say the entrepreneur has been left devastated and is traveling home to the United Kingdom for the funeral.

" She also stars at a spin off, "Vanderpump policies", that comprises her West Hollywood cafe Sur and its employees". I'm attempting to be supportive for both younger sons that he gets left, and also help them get by means of this tragedy.

He was featured on the British reality show "Gold Diggers and Proud". She said she spoke with Vanderpump the day before his death. "We appreciate your consideration in this private and extremely hard family time".

Lisa and her brother, who worked as a DJ in the United Kingdom, were close.

Mark, whose marriage ended after 22 years, had boasted about enjoying the company of women following his failed marriage.

Mark has posted photos with his sister over the years, from their vacations to hanging out at her restaurants.

"After 22 years of marriage, Mark was living a very colourful life until it all sadly went wrong", a family member who wished to remain anonymous told The Daily Mail.

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