'Versailles' Tragedy Update: Medical Examiner Says Victoria Siegel's Cause Of Death To Be Revealed In 8-10 Weeks, Calls Drug Overdose Rumors 'Speculation'

Victoria Siegel Tragedy Medical Examiner

Jun. 8 2015, Published 8:45 p.m. ET

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Despite rumors that Victoria Siegel overdosed on drugs before her shocking death, the medical examiner's office tells that they don't have any answers for the Queen of Versailles star's friends, family members and fans.

"All we have released is that it is a pending cause and manner of death," District Nine Medical Examiner's Office spokesperson Sherry Blanton exclusively tells Radar, adding that OD reports are just "speculation."

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Unfortunately, the cause of death will likely remain undetermined for the next two months while examiners complete testing, the Orlando, Florida, based office reveals.

"We give an estimated 8-10 weeks," Blanton says.

As Radar previously reported, the heiress, 18, was discovered unresponsive by a housekeeper in her family's Windermere mansion on Saturday afternoon.

Her socialite mother Jackie confirmed the news with "great sadness" on her Facebook page the next day.

According to reports, Siegel had returned home from rehab just weeks before her passing, leading many to believe her tragic death was drug-related.


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