Lance Reddick’s stated cause of death, ischemic heart disease, is being actively questioned by his attorney, James Hornstein, who remains dubious that “the most physically fit person” he ever known died at 60 from hardened arteries.

“Lance was the most physically fit person I’ve ever known,” Hornstein told ET on Friday. “He exercised daily at his home gym, including extensive cardio work, and the availability of gym facilities was a contractual requirement for his work away from home.”

Hornstein added that Lance Reddick “ate as if a dietician was monitoring his every meal.”

“The information appearing on the death certificate is wholly inconsistent with his lifestyle,” he told the outlet. “On behalf of [his wife] Stephanie Reddick, the death certificate information is not corroborated and is inconsistent with the facts known to the family.”

TMZ got Lance Reddick’s death certificate, which listed atherosclerotic coronary artery disease as well as ischemic heart illness. According to the Mayo Clinic, the former refers to “fat buildup” in the arterial walls, and the latter refers to fatally insufficient blood flow.

Lance Reddick

Lance Reddick

However, Hornstein told ET that “the coroner statement on the death certificate is not the result of an autopsy.” He went on to say that “no autopsy was performed” on Reddick and that “no medical examination of Lance during his lifetime ever indicated such conditions.”

Reddick was incinerated, rendering any future autopsy impossible. Hornstein is still representing Reddick’s widow, who recently expressed her gratitude to his admirers, who apparently conducted an honorary session of “Destiny 2,” his favorite video game.

“Lance was taken from us far too soon,” wrote Stephanie. “Thank you for all your overwhelming love, support, and beautiful stories shared on these platforms over the last day. I see your messages and can’t begin to express how grateful I am to have them.”

Reddick is survived by his wife and two children. He is most recognized for his work on “The Wire” series and the “John Wick” franchise. Keanu Reeves, former “Wire” colleague Wendell Pierce, and Ben Stiller all paid their respects online after learning of his passing.