The London coroner has finally closed Alexander McQueen's death investigation.
On Wednesday Dr. Paul Knapman announced Lee "killed himself while the balance of his mind was disturbed". He also added the designer "had a history of depression and anxiety, and was grieving his mother".
But what's more shocking is the toxicology reports, which found a "significant level of cocaine", sleeping pills, and tranquilizers in the blood samples.
The coroner also revealed some details of the suicide note McQueen left.
The letter was written on the back of the book The Descent of Man that included instructions on where to bury him. The note ended with "Please look after my dogs. Sorry, I love you. Lee."
So so sad.
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