Bobbi Kristina Brown drowned and mixing drugs, says autopsy
The Bobbi autopsy results Kristina Brown, daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, were released on Friday (4). She died when mixing drugs and "face immersion in water," said a medical examiner of Fulton County, Georgia, United States.
"The drugs involved included marijuana, alcohol (ethanol), benzoylecgonine (a related substance with cocaine), benzodiazepines (medicines used for sedation or to treat anxiety), and morphine," said the coroner. "Could not determine from toxicology tests to morphine resulted from the use of heroin."
It is unclear whether his death was accidental or intentional, according to the report. But it was not from natural causes. (Click here to access the report)
Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, died in July after months in a coma. She was found unconscious and unresponsive in a bathtub in her home in the north of Atlanta in January 2015.
Prosecutors objected to the report's release, arguing that it would compromise the criminal investigation underway into the death.
Last August, the head of the equity Bobbi Kristina Brown has filed a lawsuit accusing her boyfriend, Nick Gordon, to cause death. A Gordon spokesman called the action "defamatory and without merit."