Scott Sterling was found dead at a home in Malibu Tuesday night from an alleged overdose, CBS News reports Wednesday. The son of L.A. Clippers' owner -- Donald Sterling -- was pronounced dead at the scene after paramedics arrived.
Los Angeles County coroner's Lt. Larry Dietz, said the 32-year-old died around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
An autopsy will be performed by a medical examiner to learn more about what killed Scott Sterling. The evidence so far doesn't suggest a suicide.
In a report by the Washington Post, the son of the L.A. Clippers' coach had an incident back in 1999 in which he was accused of shooting and injuring his childhood friend -- Philip Scheid -- while in his father's mansion. The bullet hit his friend in the leg after an argument. Scheid said he was shot after running away, but Sterling claimed he fired in self-defense after Scheid confronted him with a knife. No charges were filed since there was "credibility problems" with the victim.