Carrie Fisher’s post-mortem examination report demonstrates the performer had cocaine, heroin, and MDMA in her system before her death.
Investigators could not determine what impact the drugs found in her system had on her death.
The report released Monday states Fisher may have taken cocaine three days before the Dec. 23 flight on which she turned out to be sick. She kicked the bucket four days after the fact.
It likewise found traces of heroin and MDMA, which is otherwise called rapture, yet that they couldn’t decide when Fisher had taken those medications. The findings were based on toxicology screenings done on samples taken when the “Star Wars” actress arrived at a Los Angeles clinic.
Coroner’s authorities ruled Fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors.
Fisher, best known as the iconic double-bun haircut wearing Princess Leia in the “Star Wars” establishment, passed on Dec. 27, 2016, at 60 years old. Fisher’s mom Debbie Reynolds passed on the following day at 84 years old.