Whitney Houston Cause Of Death: Cocaine Use & Heart Disease

Whitney Houston Cause Of Death: Cocaine Use & Heart Heart Disease

Whitney Houston’s full Coroner’s report was released and it has been determined that the singer passed away as a result of the combined effects of cocaine use and heart disease. On February 11th, she was discovered face down in a bathtub full of scalding hot water, which was overflowing.

Investigators noted that they discovered a “rolled up piece of paper, a small spoon and a portable mirror in the bathroom.” Also discovered was some white powder in her hotel room.

She was said to have a perforated septum, which indicates long-term drug abuse. The Coroner’s report is 42 pages long and has every gruesome detail of her untimely death. The official cause of death is drowning, but the heart disease and cocaine use were contributing factors in her demise.

Whitney’s mother Cissy is said to be devastated by the Coroner’s findings. She doesn’t want her daughter to be remembered for her drug abuse issues, but the powerful singer that millions grew to love.

Click HERE if you wish to view the full autopsy report.

Let’s just hope that the future is much brighter for Whitney’s daughter Bobbi Kristina. It’s a shame that she had to go through something like this at such a young age. Let’s hope that she gets the help she needs so she won’t fall in the same path as her mother.

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