According to the full autopsy report, CarrieFisherdiedfromdrugs and alcohol. Her body was found a variety of drugs, such as heroin, methadone and cocaine.
The medical examiner, County of Los Angeles came to the conclusion that "sleep apnea and other undetermined factors" contributed to the death of Fischer in December at the age of 60 years. The autopsy report noted the importance of "multiple substances that were detected in the blood of the Fisher" marked "Cause of death cannot be established."
In a press release, published Friday, stated that the drugs were found in the blood of Fischer, but they were not detailed. Published on Monday the survey of toxicology showed that Fisher may have taken cocaine. There were also heroin and methadone, as well as "remote effects of MDMA".
MDMA commonly known as ecstasy drugs. Fisher was candid about his battles with substance abuse and mental illness, writing about them in his memoirs. Her daughter, actress Billy Lourdes, issued a statement last week in which he recognized that her mother struggles with drug addiction. "My mother struggled with addiction and mental illness my whole life," said Lourdes. "In the end she died of it."