When police discovered the body of Phillip Seymour Hoffman they claimed there were ten bags of heroin with two of them used. They have since revised that report and now say there were 70 bags of heroin found in the apartment of the deceased actor along with 20 hypodermic needles and five prescription drugs including a prescription to treat people trying to overcome addiction to heroin. Of the 70 bags found that contained heroin, approximately 20 had been used. When someone buys 70 bags at once that can't be a good thing but police say that the bottle containing the addiction withdrawal drug was half empty indicating that Hoffman was at least making an effort to try and kick the drug. When the toxicology reports are finally released it will be interesting to see if he was actively taking the medication or had given up. Over the past few weeks Hoffman didn't want to give interviews and when he was cornered at Sundance and pressed to say a few words they were all somber and full of dire predictions for his future. He had so much going on in his life work wise that I wonder if he thought he was never going to be able to get clean. It is so tough to stop and go to rehab and admit that you still have a problem because then you are letting the world know you failed the first time. He should have just said, “F**k it, I'm going,” and who cares about all the work projects. The lives of his three kids should have been first on his list and he could worry about salvaging his career after he got clean.