The cause of the death of Harrison Wagner, Jack and Kristina Wagner's son, has been revealed. The official report came out Monday, six months after he passed away.

The official report Entertainment Tonight obtained from the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner revealed that Harrison died from an "accident" caused by fentanyl and alprazolam, also known as Xanax.

Harrison was found dead in a Los Angeles parking lot in early June. Shortly after his death, his parents, "General Hospital" stars Jack and Kristina, founded the Harrison Wagner Scholarship Fund and expressed their grief over their son's passing on its website.

While his cause of death was not immediately known at the time, their statement suggested that he died from a drug overdose, stating that their son "ultimately lost his battle with addiction."

"Harrison was a bright, exuberant young man whose smile lit up any room he was in. He has left behind many men and family members who loved him deeply," the statement read. "We are heartbroken that he ultimately lost his battle with addiction and we hope that Harrison's memory will live on through this scholarship and will help other young men get help for their addiction that would not otherwise be able to afford it."

The fund aims to help young men who are battling addiction but cannot afford care at the recovery community New Life House by covering their rental fees in part or in full.

Meanwhile, the official report on Harrison's cause of death came four days after what would have been his 28th birthday. On Dec. 1, Kristina paid tribute to his late son on Instagram by sharing a video of him dancing.

"Sometimes I feel like a pained butterfly," she captioned the post. "There's no second chance. There's no see-him-again. There's no nothing. He's not coming back. It's final."

"But life goes on. How do I spend the rest of my own without Harrison in it? What does it mean to be alright after the death of your child, your blood? The pain will never go away. Today is Harrison's birthdate. I had the privilege to know him for 27 incredible years," she continued.

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