AUTOPSY: DRUG COCKTAIL IN CARRIE FISHER'S SYSTEM WHEN SHE DIED

Jun 19, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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A Los Angeles County coroner’s report reveals a mixture of drugs were in the 60-year-old Fisher’s system when she went into cardiac arrest on an LA-bound flight and died.
The toxicology test results found evidence of cocaine, methadone, MDMA (more commonly known as ecstasy), alcohol and opiates when she was rushed to hospital last December 23.
Four days later Fisher went into cardiac arrest and died. 
Her cause of death was listed as sleep apnea with other factors.
In addition, the coroner’s statement cites ”other conditions: atherosclerotic heart disease, drug use.”
It goes on to say just what part the drugs played is not known.
Fisher was the daughter of Hollywood couple Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher.
Reynolds had a stroke following her daughter’s death and died one day later. 
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