Whitney Houston’s Death to Be Ruled an Accident
After much speculation, singer Whitney Houston's tragic death will reportedly be ruled an accident.
E! News cites a source within the investigation, who has confirmed that the legendary singer, who passed away in Los Angeles on Feb. 11, did not die by her own hand, nor as the result of a deliberate action taken by anyone else.
Though the cause of death has been listed as "deferred" pending toxicology test reports, the inquiry is apparently nearing completion, and "nothing suspicious" has been turned up regarding Houston's physicians, or any other persons of interest related to the case.
"She had no marks on her body whatsoever to indicate a struggle, and she was the furthest thing from trying to kill herself," explained the source, who further revealed that the toxicology screening may be handed in as soon as next week.
The Los Angeles County Department of the Coroner has yet to comment regarding the results, as the investigation is still ongoing.
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