The final autopsy report of the late singer Whitney Houston revealed that she was found in her bathtub, laying face-down. After Houston claimed to be feeling poorly, an assistant recommended that she take a bath. This same assistant returned an hour later and found that Houston had drowned.
A “spoon with a white crystal like substance in it” was found near the singer’s body , and she had cocaine in her blood system. This same “white substance” was also found on one of Houston’s mirrors and in her drawer.
Reports claim that Houston had a hole in her nose that is consistent with a “history of drug abuse”, according to an investigator. Marijuana, Xanax, Flexeril, and Benadryl were found in Houston’s blood system at the time of her death.
Houston’s right coronary artery was 60% blocked, which is common in drug users. Her other arteries also had significant plaque build-up.
The night of Houston’s death, the singer was set to appear at a pre-Grammy event which was hosted by Clive Davis, who was Houston’s mentor.
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