ABOVE PHOTO: Whitney Houston.
Whitney Houston’s final autopsy report was released Tuesday and the results were quite alarming.
According to the report, detectives found white powdery substances and a spoon with white residue in the hotel room where the singer was found dead.
The coroner’s supervisor also wrote in the report that she collected some of the same substance from a mirror in the bathroom.
However, the report did not identify the substance as cocaine, but the drug was found in Houston’s heart and extremities.
During the investigation, authorities determined that the cause of death was due to a defeating battle against drug abuse, as they found a hole in Houston’s nose.
She was found face down in the bathtub and investigators ruled the death an accidental drowning, but listed the combination of heart disease and drug abuse as contributing factors.
The singer decided to take relaxing bath the night before a pre-Grammy party. But she never made it out.
For years, Houston battled drug addiction, but remained a favorite among fans, friends and family.
Whitney Houston’s autopsy report devastates Mother Cissy
More bad news for poor Cissy Houston.
Now that Whitney’s autopsy report is out, her mother, and the world, for that matter, is facing the hard truth about the singer’s drug habit.
Whitney’s mother is said to be “devastated” and “inconsolable” over the L.A. County Coroner’s Autopsy Report that makes it clear … Whitney was deep into cocaine when she died, says TMZ.
Cissy Houston is telling close friends … she cried hysterically when she first heard about the Coroner’s findings — that white powder (which we know tested positive for cocaine), a drug spoon and other trappings of drug use were found in the hotel room.
Cissy says her biggest fear is that people will now remember her daughter as a druggie, and not a talented singer and family woman.
Cissy singled out Whitney’s performance of the National Anthem at the 1991 Super Bowl, saying, “This is the type of thing people should remember Whitney for.”
Cissy added, “No one’s perfect. Only the Lord can judge.”