Coroner: Whitney Houston died from accidental drowning
Whitney Houston died last month from accidental drowning, combined with the effects of heart disease and cocaine use, according to a Los Angeles County Coroner's report issued Thursday, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The report said that the singer's February 11 death in her suite at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on the eve of the Grammy Awards was an accident, dpa reported.
While cocaine use was found to have contributed to her death, numerous other drugs were found in her body, including marijuana, Xanax and Bendryl, but did not contribute to her death.
The report ended weeks of speculation over how the pop star died, with many speculating that her well-documented troubles with drugs had caused her death at age 48.