Amy Winehouse Autopsy: No Official Cause Yet; Results Of Toxicology Tests Weeks Away
No official cause has been determined after officials conducted an autopsy on late retro-soul singer Amy Winehouse on Monday, days after her tragic death at 27 in her London home.
Results of toxicology tests will provide further insight into what killed the Rehab singer, but those are not expected for another two to four weeks.
Metropolitan Police say they have not seen anything suspicious in their investigation.
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Winehouse was found dead at her London home by pal Tyler James Saturday afternoon, marking the end of her long battle with drugs and alcohol. She'd entered rehabilitation facilities on multiple occasions to battle her demons, as recently as this past May.
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