Shocking Autopsy Report: Rasual Butler Had Meth, Weed & Booze In Body At Time Of Death

Rasual Butler Meth Weed Alcohol Car Crash
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Jun. 1 2018, Updated 2:43 p.m. ET

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L.A. Clippers star Rasual Butler had meth, weed, painkillers and alcohol in his system at the time of his deadly car crash, can confirm.

According to the autopsy report obtained by Radar, Lamar Odom's close pal died from "multiple traumatic injuries," including blunt force head trauma and fractures.


The accident was so horrific, large portions of his skin and brain were missing from the body, the report indicates.

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Toxicology testing discovered Butler tested positive for alcohol, amphetamine, methamphetamine, cannabis and oxycodone.

Police also found an empty bottle of Don Julio tequila behind the driver’s seat after the fatal collision.

As Radar previously reported, the NBA star drove his Range Rover into a concrete wall on Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles, California, killing himself and his wife.

KTLA first reported, Butler, 38, had a blood alcohol level of .118 and was driving at 60-90 mph at the time.

Butler and wife Leah LaBelle were reportedly heading home around 2:30 am on January 31 when the basketball pro’s SUV jumped a curve, knocked over various parking meters and flipped over after hitting a concrete parking lot wall. Both he and LaBelle, 31, were pronounced dead at the scene.

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