DJ AM (Adam Goldstein)

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DJ AM is nearly home.

The celebrity spinner's body has arrived in Los Angeles and is now in the care of a funeral parlor while his family searches for a proper burial spot, E! News has learned.

"[The transfer of the body] was all taken care of by the family," New York-based funeral director Frank E. Campbell tells E! News. "The family just wants everything to be private."

DJ AM, aka Adam Goldstein, was found dead Friday in his Manhattan apartment of a suspected drug overdose. An autopsy was inconclusive but the New York City Medical Examiner's Office expect to find out what killed him in a few weeks when toxicology tests come back.

After the autopsy was finished this weekend, AM's body was transferred to Campbell's funeral home, which prepared it for the flight back to Los Angeles.

A rep for L.A.'s Groman Mortuaries tells E! News that the Jewish funeral home was contacted a couple of days ago by Goldstein's family—who said they were looking for a suitable final resting spot. But Groman was not selected to help with interment plans.

No word yet on where Goldstein's remains are being held. The family has not announced any plans for either a funeral or memorial.


E! Online Pays Tribute to the late disc jockey. Visit our Memorial Gallery.

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