THE AFTERLIFE Ledger New York police commissioner Raymond Kelly said Sunday that there are no plans to grill Mary-Kate Olsen on Heath Ledger's death. Perhaps the starlet's nonchalance has thrown cops from the trail? Last week, Olsen was seen "grieving" about town, hitting up various New York bars and club with her hipster pals and sucking face with artist Nate Lowman.
It will be another six or seven days until Ledger's toxicology report is complete. TMZ reports that people connected with the investigation say that levels of toxicity in Ledger's system seem low enough to suggest he may have died from natural causes. A fireman who was on the scene Tuesday says that Ledger appeared to have been dead for three hours when they arrived around 3:30 p.m., refuting the housekeeper's claim that she heard him snoring around 1:00 p.m. What's more, Australia's Daily Herald Sun reports that Ledger's body was still warm when found.