The autopsy for 23-year-old rising actor Daniel Mickelson has been completed but officials need more tests to figure out what caused his death.
According to official records, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner has finished its initial exam of Mickelson but is unable to determine the reasons for his tragic passing.
The official records note no other significant conditions exist that they are aware of that could have played a role.
The autopsy being complete comes hours after Mickelson's family and friends gathered for a private memorial in Los Angeles. His sister Meredith planned the event which was not open to the public.
The 3-hour event went down yesterday and friends were asked to bring their favorite memories to share at the event.
Mickelson was a rising star who had lasted acted in the 2019 film, The Killer Clown Meets The Candy Man.
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Following his death, Mickelson’s best friend, Kaia Gerber, shared a ton of personal snaps of the two from over the years. She wrote an emotional note about missing her friend only days after his death.
It started, “I remember that time we sat on the couch and spent the whole day coming up with our own secret language that we continued to speak every time we saw each other. I wish we could go back there. I wish we were still talking in sentences that probably annoyed everyone else but made us crack up every time."
"I wish I was still sitting on my bathroom floor FaceTiming you, because that was the only place I had wifi and I never wanted to miss a call from you," she ended.
The late actor's sister also pointed a touching tribute reading, “There wasn’t a person I loved more on this earth. theres no words that can do him justice that I could write. to know him was to love him."