Autopsy Complete! L.A. Coroner Reveals New Details Of Kardashian BFF Bobby Heyward's Death – Was It Drug Overdose?

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Jun. 23 2015, Updated 4:56 p.m. ET

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The autopsy of Bobby Heyward, the close mutual friend Of Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian, has been completed just days after his death on June 20. Now, L.A. County Coroner, Ed Winter, tells about what he found -- and whether it was an overdose.

Law enforcement sources initially said that Heyward's sudden death appeared to be drug-related. But Winter told, “We have completed the autopsy on Bobby Heyward and it has turned out to be inconclusive.”

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“Therefore, it is deferred,” he added.

“If it is a drug overdose, as the law enforcement suggested, that will not be revealed until we have the toxicology and neuropathology exam and those results could take up to 6 months.”

Heyward’s death came just one week after Odom’s best friend, Jamie Sangouthai, died as a result of IV drug usage.

Although Odom has not spoken out publicly since the passing, spoke to a member of his inner circle who revealed insight into the friendship between Odom and Heyward.

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“Bobby was the most beloved, nicest, sweetest guy in the world,” celebrity manager David Weintraub, who co-created Sons of Hollywood with Heyward, previously said, adding, “Lamar and Bobby were very close.”

There is no word yet on funeral and burial arrangements for Heyward, who came from an influential Los Angeles family.

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