Hoffman's 'secret diaries'
DEAD WITH 46: Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman
Two men embrace near the apartment where movie actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in New York.
An NYPD Crime Scene investigator comes out from the apartment where actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead.
Members of the media stand outside the apartment of movie actor Philip Seymour Hoffman after he was found dead in New York.
Police stand outside the apartment where actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead.
A woman - who declined to give her name and said she was friends and working on a project with movie actor Philip Seymour Hoffman - wipes away tears as she stands across the street from the apartment where they found the celebrity dead.
Flowers are placed outside the apartment where actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in Manhattan, New York.
Police say actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died of an apparent drug overdose.
Philip Seymour Hoffman looks on as the Oklahoma City Thunder play the New York Knicks during an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden on December 25, 2013 in New York City.
Philip Seymour Hoffman attends The Master Premiere during The 69th Venice Film Festival at the Palazzo del Cinema on September 1, 2012 in Venice, Italy
Philip Seymour Hoffman attends the premiere of the film A Most Wanted Man at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, January 19, 2014.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman wins the Coppa Volpi award for best actor in The Master and receives a Jaeger-LeCoultre watch on stage during the Award Ceremony at the 69th Venice Film Festival at the Palazzo del Cinema on September 8, 2012 in Venice, Italy.
Philip Seymour Hoffman takes pictures as he arrives on the red carpet during a screening for the movie The Master at the 69th Venice Film Festival in Venice September 1, 2012.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman (2nd right) and producers of Death of a Salesman accept a Tony award for best revival of a play during the American Theatre Wing's 66th annual Tony Awards in New York June 10, 2012.
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Philip Seymour Hoffman reportedly kept secret diaries detailing his "demons".
The Oscar-winner died of an apparent heroin overdose in New York City last Sunday at the age of 46.
NBC News reports the troubled actor penned entries into a journal about attending Narcotics Anonymous meetings in effort to stay clean.
Police apparently found two of the journals in the actor's apartment.
Sources tell the outlet some of Hoffman's most recent entries were made during his stint in rehab last May.
An insider reportedly familiar with the content spoke about the actor's sometimes incoherent thoughts.
"It's stream of consciousness and difficult to follow. In one line he refers to 'Frank who always owes money' and on the same page he writes about a 15-year-old girl from Texas," a source said.
"It seems he did at least part of it in rehab. It definitely contained some soul-searching. But there is also a fair amount of rambling that doesn't make sense," another insider added.
Hoffman was mourned last week during a funeral at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Four hundred people attended, including Cate Blanchett, Michelle Williams, Laura Linney, Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams and Amy Adams.
Hoffman's partner of 15 years, Mimi O'Donnell, and their three children Colin, 11, Tallulah, seven, and Willa, five, were also present.
Hoffman had been clean for 23 years when he checked into rehab last year after a relapse. It's unknown when he started taking drugs again but he did attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting on January 26, according to one attendee.
Three people have been arrested in connection with the actor's death.
Robert Vineberg has pleaded not guilty to felony heroin possession with an intent to sell.
Max Rosenblum and Juliana Luchkiw have also pleaded not guilty to charges of misdemeanour cocaine possession.
Cases against the defendants continue.
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