Recently, the autopsy report of Linkin Park’s frontman, Chester Bennington was released. The 41-year-old committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence in California on 20th July 2017. The report has revealed the untold truth about the death of the singer which many people did not expect.
Just like Chester’s, there have been many deaths in Hollywood which were intriguing, and later the autopsy reports of those stars revealed the real cause of their death.
Here, in this story, we’ve gathered the list of celebs whose autopsy reports gave us an insight into what exactly was going on with them during the time of their death.
1. Chester Bennington
A few months after the death of Chester Bennington, an autopsy report has been released, and according to it, the singer had alcohol in his system. The reports also revealed that he tried to kill himself before too and always had suicidal intentions. And, according to his wife, it is true because, in 2006, he left his home drunk with a gun.
2. Kurt Cobain
Kurt Cobain committed suicide by shooting himself at his home on April 8, 1994. According to the autopsy report, he shot himself on 5th April and also was high on heroin when he killed himself. The level of the drug was 1.52 milligrams per liter in his bloodstream. The report also found traces of valium inside his body.
3. Robin Williams
The American actor and stand-up comedian hanged himself at his home in California on August 11, 2014. According to the autopsy report, he died from asphyxiation. But, later it was found out that he had Lewy Body Dementia and it also contributed to his decision of committing suicide.
4. Paul Walker
On November 30, 2013, Paul Walker died in a car crash which was driven by his friend, Roger Rodas. Neither his friend nor Paul had alcohol in their systems, according to the death reports. But, the report also said that his jaw, collarbone, and rib, all were broken.
5. Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse was found dead at her residence on 23 July 2011. According to the autopsy report, the excess alcohol killed the singer. Her body had 416 mg per 100 ml of blood alcohol content at the time of her death. The amount of alcohol in her body was five times more than the average legal drink-drive limit.
6. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson died due to cardiac arrest on 25 June 2009. His death sent shockwaves around the whole world. The reason behind his death was told as intoxication of propofol. The reports also revealed that the color of his skin became lighter due to vitiligo, a skin pigmentation disease.
7. Whitney Houston
On February 11, 2012, Whitney Houston was found unconscious submerged in the bathtub of Beverly Hilton Hotel. She died a few hours later, and according to the autopsy reports, she had cocaine in her body and died due to drowning.
Prince was found dead at his home on 21 April 2016. The autopsy reports suggested that the singer died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl. Well, it is yet unknown if the drugs were prescribed or he was taking them on their own.
9. Elvis Presley
On August 16, 1977, Presley was found unresponsive on his bathroom floor and a few hours later he was pronounced dead. He died due to hypertensive cardiovascular disease with atherosclerotic heart disease. Later it was also revealed that he had several drugs in his system and they somehow contributed to the death of the King.
10. Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe died on August 5, 1962, and according to her death report, she had chloral hydrate and pentobarbital in her body at the time of her death. It also told that Monroe died due to acute barbiturate poisoning.