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Coroner’s Report: Whitney Drowned, Had Cocaine In Her System

The L.A. County Coroner’s Office Has officially released Whitney Houston‘s cause of death. The singing star was found dead in a bathtub at a Los Angeles area hotel Feb. 12th.

Her death has officially been ruled accidental. She was 48.  Whitney reportedly left her fortune to her 19 year old daughter, Bobbi Kristina.

 

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Yahoo News reports, the singer’s cause of death was drowning aggravated by a pre-existing heart condition called atherosclerotic heart disease. Cocaine was also found in her system, but the coroner’s office refused to comment on how much of the drug was found during the toxicology testing.

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