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Shortly after word of the Brangelina split went public, Hudson responded in the enthusiastic affirmative when Howard Stern asked if she'd be willing to date Brad.
The bond between the father and son could have been like it was in the old days when he spent hours with Phil outside in the yard in Hudson, playing make-believe baseball games until the sun went down. "I look back on it now," Roger would say, "everything was so damn obvious." In truth, it was years before the father suspected anything. Roger was only beginning to understand the trouble his son was in.
Morphine seeped into Roger Drewiske's arm, dulling the pain in his shoulder as he lay in a hospital bed.
He was 51 years old and the badly blocked artery could have killed him. The son had started on prescription pain pills early in seventh grade and by that day in June 2009, he had progressed to heroin.
When he took Phil hunting and gave him a cigar to celebrate his first buck; when he passed on his love of hockey and World War II history. In middle school, an educator once explained the boy's wild temper and erratic behavior. He was in good company in Hudson, where most of the adults had yet to realize what heroin was doing to their city of 13,000. Paul, Hudson won over Roger and Judy with its quieter lifestyle and, in their view, better schools.
But in the hospital that day, Roger noticed something about his son's hand. The boy looked as if he could have been the patient. In his darkest moments, the father, an insurance agent, would think about the policy he'd purchased on Phil's life years ago. The Drewiskes, an upper middle class family, had moved to Hudson from Inver Grove Heights, Minn., a suburb of the Twin Cities, when Phil was in fourth grade. They bought a spacious ranch house on a secluded cul-de-sac.