Mac Miller’s toxicology report confirms accidental overdose
The circumstances surrounding Mac Miller‘s untimely death this past September have been the source of abundant speculation. However, according to an official coroner’s report obtained by TMZ, Miller, did in fact, die from a lethal drug cocktail, including cocaine, alcohol, and the powerful synthetic opiod, fentanyl.
According to the report, the level of each respective drug found in his blood was not high enough to kill him independently–though the depressant-stimulant combination proved fatal. Miller was found dead in his San Fernando Valley home by his assistant, who reported the rapper was already “blue” in the face upon discovery. Authorities recovered a sundry of prescription pills in Miller’s home, in addition to an empty bottle of alcohol, bags of unidentified white powder, and white residue on both his iPad and a rolled up $20 dollar bill.
The LA County Coroner was able to identify the deceased Miller by his “Most Dope” and “No Woman No Cry” tattoos. The Pittsburgh Blue Slide Park artist is survived by his family, who described him in a recent release as, “a bright light in this world for his family, friends, and fans.”
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