Skip to comments.Whitney Houston Cocaine in System At Time of Death
Posted on 03/22/2012 2:41:57 PM PDT by mgstarr
Whitney Houston had cocaine in her system when she died -- this according to the L.A. County Coroner.
The L.A. County Coroner has just released the singer's official cause of death -- accidental drowning ... but the report also notes heart disease and cocaine use were contributing factors to Whitney's demise.
A source connected to the investigation tells us it is "very possible" Whitney had a heart attack that caused her to lose consciousness and drown. The heart attack may have been triggered by hardening of the arteries as a result of cocaine use.
(Excerpt) Read more at tmz.com ...
Did she have any blood in her cocaine circulating system?
And the Pope is Catholic.
Cocaine in her system, wow who didn’t see that one coming
forgot the /sarc
Oxygen + magnesium...
Jose Feliciano saw it coming...
Party on Whitney...you go girl!!
Flags at half staff for abusers of illegal drugs.
A cocaine addict had cocaine in her system at the time of death? Shocking!
She don’t lie...she don’t lie...she don’t lie...
So those two radio guys out in CA were right all along.
Stevie Wonder saw it coming
And in a totally unrelated story.
L.A. city council passes a resolution urging radio stations to curb racist and sexist comments after KFI 640 talk radio hosts John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou had recently drawn criticism for referring to the late pop singer Whitney Houston as a crack ho in February in the wake of her untimely death.
Cut her some slack.
At least she wasn’t slutting around Washington looking for free coke.
That we know of.
Janet Jackson picture. Caption says Mariah Carey. Dates listed are for Whitney Houston?
Ya don’t even get me started on the pathetic pandering LA City Council.
John and Ken were right.
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