Guess Peaches Geldof's death wasn't such a mystery after all.
While it was reported that her hubby Thomas Cohen discovered and disposed of the drug paraphernalia that contributed to her fatal heroin overdose on April 7, police have confirmed that they found paraphernalia when they arrived on the scene.
The cops also insist that Thomas is not being suspected for any sort of involvement in supplying Peaches with the drugs that killed her.
Authorities might've tried to keep the circumstances of her death as private as possible, but
The days before Peaches Geldof's death prove that her overdose may not be all that surprising.
It's now coming to light that Peaches was reportedly OBSESSED with the late and great Elliott Smith — who was himself addicted to heroin and committed suicide at 34 years old in 2003.
Her increasing obsession was marked by describing
As if mourning the loss of his wife wasn't painstaking enough!
There is a HUGE possibility that Peaches Geldof's widow Thomas Cohen will be questioned by detectives in relation to the criminal investigation that has been launched into the socialite's death.
While the inquest into the 25-year-old's shocking death did reveal she overdosed on heroin, it did not reveal where she got her supply from.
Even more puzzling??! Thomas was the one to discover her lifeless body dangling off a spare bed with her infant son by her side, but by the time police arrived there was no paraphernalia to be found.
Did Thomas do a little tidying up before the cops came??!
Was he so shocked by the struggle she tried to keep so secret that he panicked??! Or did he know all along and hid the leftover equipment in hopes of protecting her from public scrutiny??!
Even after the inquest, there are so many questions left unanswered in this heartbreaking story!
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It looks like the mystery surrounding the tragic and unexpected death of Peaches Geldof has finally been solved.
According to sources familiar with Thursday's inquest, the 25-year-old's death was the result of an overdose on heroin.
Ugh. That's just so shocking and sad, especially considering Peaches' mother Paula Yates overdosed on heroin and died in 2000.
The mystery of Peaches Geldof's shocking death is coming closer to being solved.
A British coroner will begin an inquest on Thursday in hopes of revealing details about what exactly killed the 25-year-old socialite on April 7th.
The Kent County Council spilled that their senior police officer will read a statement alongside the coroner who will divulge results from the investigation.
Even though knowing what ended her life so soon won't bring Bob Geldof's babygirl back to raise her children, we're hopeful understanding the cause of death will bring her mourning family some peace.
We're sure Peaches would want that as well.
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Peaches Geldof's closest friends and family gathered today to bid farewell to their lost beauty.
After the 25-year-old's tragic and shocking death two weeks ago and an inconclusive autopsy, Peaches' private funeral took place this morning at southern England's Davington Church.
Her body was carried in a casket painted with her family's portrait and symbolic peaches to the very same place she said goodbye to her mother Paula Yates in 2000 and where she married her husband Thomas Cohen two years ago.
While the late young journalist and fashionista's devoted fans lined the streets with flowers and letters, Sarah Ferguson, The Rolling Stone's Bill Wyman, and Kate Moss were among the grieving inside the church walls.
Though funerals are meant to bring closure to us when we've lost a loved one, it is hard to imagine in this case considering Peaches has left behind two little babies and a family that has already suffered so much intense loss.
We only wish we could take away even a little bit of their heartache.
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It all feels a bit too real now.
After her mysterious and tragic death, Peaches Geldof's body will be laid to rest on Easter Monday at St. Mary Magdalene church.
This will mark the second funeral for the Geldof family at the church where he mother, Paula Yates, was buried back in 2000.
The private ceremony will come two weeks after the British socialite and mother of two babies was found dead at the age of 25 in her home in Kent, England.
While her cause of death is still unknown, we do hope it gives her husband Thomas Cohen, her iconic father Bob Geldof, and the rest of her family some sort of closure.
Let us hope we will get some answers soon as to a cause of death, but in the meantime we will remember her wild smile that brought light to the already bright spotlight.
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