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Medical Examiner: Two beloved D.C. gay men died of accidental drug ‘toxicity’

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The D.C. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has confirmed for the Washington Blade that the cause of death of two widely known and beloved gay men found unconscious at one of their homes in Northwest D.C.

on Dec. 27 was an accidental consumption of several drugs that created a fatal ‘toxic’ effect. D.C. police and Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department reports show that prominent D.C.

attorney and LGBTQ rights advocate Brandon Roman, 38, and historic preservation expert and home renovation business owner Robert “Robbie” Barletta, 28, were found unconscious when police and emergency medical personnel arrived on the afternoon of Dec.

27. The reports show that Roman was declared deceased at the scene shortly after D.C. police and an ambulance arrived at the house in response to a 911 call.

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