The results of a toxicological examination of actress Carrie Fisher, who died of a heart attack, known to the audience primarily from the role of Princess Leia in the Star Wars movie series, have become known. According to The Hollywood Reporter, which received the relevant documents from the Los Angeles Forensic Bureau, cocaine, methadone and substances of the opium group were found in Fisher's blood.
Despite the presence of the above drugs, the experts could not to declare with confidence that their presence or combination caused the death of the actress. The official report states that Fischer died "from respiratory arrest in sleep and other unexplained reasons." It also emphasizes that the family of the deceased opposed the autopsy.
Recall that the actress had a heart attack on board a plane en route from London to Los Angeles. She was taken by an ambulance to one of the city's clinics, where, despite all the efforts of the doctors, she died without regaining consciousness.
Carrie Fisher managed to complete movieing in the movie Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi ". The concept of Episode 9 will be revamped to offset the loss of such an important character.
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