Cocktail Of Drugs Did Not Kill Whitney

Results of toxicology reports indicate that singer Whitney Houston died from drowning and not  a combination of several drugs found in her system which had widely been rumoured to be the cause of her death.

The Los Angeles County Coroner’s office said on Thursday cocaine was found in her system could have been a contributing factor in her death. Other metabolites, such as marijuana, Xanax and Benadryl, were present, but those drugs did not cause her death.

Evidence of heart disease was also found. No foul play or trauma is suspected. The release of autopsy findings on Thursday ends weeks of speculation about what killed the Grammy-winning singer.