On Thursday, the Los Angeles Coroner's Office released Casey Johnson's full autopsy report. RadarOnline.com has all the new details regarding the fallen heiress' sudden death.
The toxicology report included in the papers confirmed that there was no cocaine or alcohol detected in her system at the time of her death.
On February 3, the Los Angeles Coroner's Office released a statement confirming that Johnson died of natural causes. She also suffered from diabetic ketoacidosis.
Though the autopsy was conducted on January 5, nearly a month before the statement was released, officials had been waiting for the results of her toxicology tests before finalizing their assessment.
The final report stated that Casey was estranged from her parents and had moved into the guest house a family friend three weeks earlier. “She had been estranged from her parents and because they had recently cut off her support she had to move out of her home,” the report reads.
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Casey’s newly released finalized report also contained this heart-breaking passage:
“The decedent had seen a psychiatrist in the past, but that physician has been out of town. On the Thursday (12/31/2009) before her death she had been evaluated by another psychiatrist and he had concluded that she was not suicidal. The family’s attorney had requested that the decedent be evaluated by the psychiatrist as part of their process in reuniting the decedent with her family.”