A toxicology report revealed that “Star Wars” actress, Carrie Fisher, had multiple drugs, including cocaine and heroin, in her system before her death in December — but the specific cause of death remains unknown.
The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office said on Friday that Fisher died, in part, due to sleep apnea, but the other causes were reportedly unknown. On Monday, People obtained official documents from the coroner's showing that Fisher had cocaine, opiates, methadone, an anti-depressant, and antihistamine in her system.
She also had “remote exposure to MDMA,” also known as ecstasy.
Fisher died at the age of 60 on an airplane in December and suffered from sleep apnea. During the flight, according to Fisher's personal assistant, she had “multiple apneic episodes.”
According to the coroner, Fisher also suffered from heart disease.
Despite the revelations, the report maintained that “the manner of death has been ruled undetermined.”