Carrie Fisher’s Brother Found ‘White Powder’ In Her Coat Pocket Days Before Death

Todd Fisher confessed that he found a suspicious white powder in Carrie Fisher’s coat pocket days before her death.

In his new memoir, My Girls: A Lifetime With Carrie and Debbie, Todd admitted it was “no secret” to the family that Carrie never stopped doing drugs.

The Star Wars actress collapsed on a plane in December 2017 before she was rushed to a hospital and ultimately taken off of life support. Now, Todd revealed he found drugs in the same coat Carrie wore on the plane that day.

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“I absently picked it up, reached into one of the pockets, and found a small piece of paper, folded over and over into a tiny square,” said Todd.

Todd admitted he was not surprised by what he found.

“I’d seen Carrie with those before. Sure enough, when I discreetly unfolded it, there were the traces of fine white powder I expected to find there,” he continued.

Todd said he never told anyone about it. Also in the book, Todd revealed that Carrie once drove high with her daughter Billie, now 25, in the car.

Carrie Fisher

According to a toxicology report, Carrie had cocaine, methadone, ethanol and opiates in her system when she died on Dec. 27, 2016. She was 60.

Carrie's mother, icon Debbie Reynolds, passed away one day later at the age of 84.

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