Services for Heath Ledger
will remain private, a rep for the late actor said in a statement Friday.
Various reports have said Ledger would be buried in his hometown of Perth, Australia, but no official plans have been announced.
"At this time, we will not be releasing any information," the rep says. "There are no plans for a public service."
Ledger, 28, was found dead
in his SoHo apartment Tuesday and his family is set to arrive in Manhattan Friday
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