Mac Miller was surrounded by booze, pills and white powder at the time of his death, according to a police report obtained by RadarOnline.com.
The tragic new details paint a dark picture of how police found Miller dead in his Los Angeles home on September 7. Radar reported the LA Coroner's Office ruled his death an "accidental" overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and ethanol.
According to the police report, Ariana Grande's ex was found near an empty bottle of liquor on his desk, along with a small bag containing "white powdery substance" located on a small table in his studio room.
The white powdery residue was also found on the rapper's iPad and within a coat pocket believed to have belonged to the rapper. The coat pocket also contained "multiple loose pills," the report revealed.
Additional paraphernalia found at the scene of Miller's death included a rolled $20 bill with a white residue in the right pocket of his shorts, and an empty 750 ml bottle of liquor on his nightstand.
During the death investigation, a personal assistant told police that Miller "had been in good spirits lately and had many positive, ongoing projects."
A tribute concert was held on Oct. 31 for the late rapper. Sources previously told Radar that Grande skipped out on the event because his death is "still too painful" for her.
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