On Monday the L.A. County Coroner launched its full post-mortem for Carrie Fisher, which revealed that the favored “Star Wars” actress had cocaine, heroin and MDMA in her system when she was died in December. Fisher died after going into cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles on December 22nd on the age of 60. On Friday the Medical Examiner’s workplace revealed that the official reason behind demise was sleep apnea and different undetermined elements, exacerbated by medical situations associated to coronary heart illness and drug use. Although reviews now reveal that Fisher could have taken cocaine roughly 72 hours earlier than her flight, investigators couldn’t decide what impression these medication had on her demise, if any.



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