A coroner has released further details on Carrie Fisher’s autopsy report.
According to the Associated Press, the Star Wars actress had heroin, cocaine, and ecstasy in her system when she lost consciousness on a flight from London to Los Angeles in late December. She died four days later.
As Crime Online previously reported, the coroner said that Fisher died of sleep apnea and possible other causes, including drug use and clogged arteries. According to ABC News, medical examiner could not conclusively determine that Fisher had taken heroin or ecstasy, just that traces were found in her system. The report did conclude that Fisher likely used cocaine three days prior to the December 23 flight.
Fisher died on December 27, just a day before her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed away.
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