LOS ANGELES — Carrie Fisher’s autopsy report shows the singer had heroin in her complement when she fell ill on a craft last year, but investigators could not settle what impact the heroin and other drugs found in her complement had on her death.
The report expelled Monday settled that Fisher may have taken heroin 3 days before the Dec. 23 moody on which she became ill. She died 4 days later.
The report also settled that traces of heroin and MDMA — which is also famous as enjoyment — were found in her system, but that they could not settle when Fisher had taken those drugs. The commentary were formed on toxicology screenings finished on samples taken when the “Star Wars” singer arrived at a Los Angeles hospital.
Coroner’s officials ruled Fisher died from nap apnea and a mixed of other factors. A news recover released Friday mentioned drugs were found in Fisher’s system, but it did not yield details. Monday’s full report contained a minute reason of the results, such as because investigators trust Fisher took heroin at slightest 3 days before her flight.
“At this time, the stress of heroin can't be determined in this case,” the report stated.
It also settled that while heroin is detectable in the complement for a briefer duration of time, investigators could not settle when Fisher took it or the ecstasy.
“Ms. Fisher suffered what seemed to be a cardiac detain on the aeroplane accompanied by queasiness and with a story of nap apnea. Based on the accessible toxicological information, we can't settle the stress of the mixed substances that were rescued in Ms. Fisher’s blood and tissue, with courtesy to the means of death,” the report stated.
Among the factors that contributed to Fisher’s death was buildup of greasy hankie in the walls of her arteries, the coroner’s bureau pronounced last week.
A phone summary left for Fisher’s brother, Todd, was not immediately returned, but on Friday he pronounced he was not astounded that drugs may have contributed to his sister’s death.
“I am not repelled that partial of her health was influenced by drugs,” Todd Fisher said, adding that his sister’s heart condition was substantially worsened by her smoking robe as good as the drugs she took. “If you wish to know what killed her, it’s all of it,” he said.