Johnny Tapia, a prizefighter who won world titles in three weight classes in a turbulent life that included jail, alcohol and cocaine addiction, struggles with mental illness, depression, run-ins with the law, and suicide attempts, and who was declared clinically dead five times as a result of drug overdoses, was found dead for real at his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Sunday. He was 45. The Albuquerque police said an autopsy would be performed, but foul play was not suspected. Tapia grew up without a father and was orphaned at age eight when his mother was stabbed 26 times with a screwdriver and left to die. He was hospitalized in 2007 after an apparent cocaine overdose, and a few days afterward his brother-in-law and nephew were killed in a car accident on their way to visit him. The fighter was banned from boxing for three-and-half years in the early ’90s because of his drug use, but he knocked out Henry Martinez to win the WBO bantamweight title in 1994 and won four more championships over the next eight years.