The official report reveals multiple drugs were found in Whitney’s hotel room the night she died.
Multiple signs suggest Whitney Houston died of a drug overdose, according to the newly released L.A. Coroner’s report from Feb. 11, the night of her death. The report, which was obtained by TMZ, reveals that investigators found a “spoon with a white crystal-like substance on it,” a “rolled up piece of white paper,” and cocaine — with a portable mirror — in her hotel room. She was also wearing a brown wig “tightly attached to the hair.”
Though Whitney’s official cause of death remains “accidental drowning,” officials say “chronic” drug use and heart disease contributed to her passing.
Whitney appeared to have a “bloody purge coming from her nose” when her body was discovered face-down in the tub.
Along with cocaine, Whitney also had traces of Xanax, Benadryl, Flexeril and marijuana in her system, officials say.
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