Mac Miller’s cause of death revealed in toxicology report
After more than two months, the world is still reeling from Mac Miller‘s untimely death. From countless fans taking to social media to express their sadness daily, to a recent Mac Miller Benefit Concert taking place in Los Angeles, with performances by Chance The Rapper, Travis Scott, SZA, Miguel, and more, what the world needs is closure.
A bit of that closure may come in the form of a toxicology report from the LA County Coroner’s Office, which ruled Miller’s death an “accidental overdose” due to “mixed drug toxicity.” The drugs in question? A deadly mix of fentanyl, alcohol, and cocaine, TMZ reported.
Read the full report below:
Mac’s assistant found him unresponsive on his bed in a “praying position” — kneeling forward with his face resting on his knees. The assistant described him as already being “blue” during the 911 call.
There was a 1/4-inch abrasion on the bridge of his nose, and there was blood coming out of one nostril.
An empty bottle of alcohol was found on the nightstand, near Mac’s body … and a bottle of prescription pills was found in the bathroom. The list of pills recovered in the home include Xanax, oxycodone, hydrocodone, and generic Adderall.
Cops found a rolled-up $20 bill with white powdery residue in Mac’s right pocket — and an iPad in his home studio had “linear white powdery residue” on it. There were also 2 baggies found with the white powder.
We’re told the amount of each drug was not necessarily a lethal amount, but the combination is what killed him.
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