Last month, Carrie Fisher and her mom Debbie Reynolds both tragically passed away just one day apart from each other.
And now, TMZ had obtained both their death certificates. The Singin' In The Rain star's official cause of death has been deemed an intracerebral hemorrhage, which is the medical term for a hemorrhagic stroke.
Related: The Golden Globes Honors Carrie & Debbie
The medical emergency she suffered in December was caused by hypertension — AKA high blood pressure — and made a blood vessel rupture, causing bleeding in her brain.
However, the Star Wars icon's death certificate wasn't as conclusive.
The document lists Carrie's cause of death as "cardiac arrest/deferred," which means the medical examiner still hasn't figured out what caused the massive heart attack she suffered four days before her untimely passing.
TMZ is reporting that the LA County Coroner's Office will conduct toxicology tests to figure out if any drugs in the actress' system could've factored in to her death.
Rest in peace, you two.
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Poor Todd Fisher lost his sister and his mother in the span of two days.
The 58-year-old has put on a brave face throughout this devastatingly difficult week, and kept the public informed about Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds' health issues and sudden passings.
But now, the filmmaker is giving himself a chance to mourn.
Related: Loved Ones Are Pushing For A Joint Funeral For Carrie & Debbie
On Thursday — just after the 84-year-old succumbed to a fatal stroke and the Star Wars icon lost her life to cardiac arrest — the California native posted a touching Twitter tribute to his late loved ones.
The grieving family member shared a sweet drawing of Carrie as Princess Leia and Debbie as Singin' In The Rain's Kathy Selden, as they stood arm-in-arm, staring into a beam of light from the sky.
The colorful sketch is labeled with a quote from the titular song sung in the 1952 film, reading:
"What a glorious feeling. I'm happy again."
The message is so heartbreakingly beautiful, considering Ms. Reynolds' final words were about wanting to be with her late daughter.
The Dark Metropolis alum captioned the post with an emotional statement, saying:
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Carrie Fisher's brother has finally broken his silence.
On Wednesday, Todd Fisher went on social media to open up about the devastating loss of his sister. The 58-year-old took to Twitter to remember the Star Wars icon, and mourn her untimely passing.
Related: Carrie's Half-Sisters React To Her Death
The filmmaker reflected:
The heartfelt post was shared only a couple of hours before his mother, Debbie Reynolds, suffered a possible stroke and was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital.
The 84-year-old was reportedly at Todd's house discussing Carrie's funeral plans when she had a medical emergency.
Our hearts are with Todd and all of Carrie and Debbie's loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.
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So many people are truly rocked by Carrie Fisher's untimely passing.
A ton of celebrities and family members have spoken out after losing the Star Wars alum, but now the 60-year-old's ex-husband is grieving the late legend.
Related: Carrie's Onscreen Love Mark Hamill Continues To Mourn Her Loss
On Wednesday, Paul Simon — Ms. Fisher's only husband — took to Twitter to share his sadness about the actress' tragic death.
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This is just heartbreaking to hear.
Carrie Fisher had just made a pretty big long-term decision before her untimely passing on Tuesday. In the days leading up to her death, the 60-year-old had been in London filming Season 3 of Amazon's Catastrophe.
Related: Stars React To Carrie's Death
And the Star Wars icon had apparently intended to spend much more time across the pond as a source told Entertainment Tonight that she had purchased a pad in the UK not long before she died.
The insider explained the late legend "had just bought a place in London" and was "looking forward" to enjoying "more time there."
The acclaimed actress was actually on a flight returning from England's capital last week when she suffered a serious heart attack while onboard.
She was rushed to UCLA Medical Center, where she died from cardiac arrest. Sources say she never improved after the initial incident.
Our hearts are with everyone affected during this trying time.
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Mark Hamill is struggling to cope with the tragic loss of Carrie Fisher.
On Tuesday, the Star Wars icon passed away from cardiac arrest at UCLA Medical Center. The 60-year-old's devastating death comes just days after she suffered a massive heart attack on a United Airlines flight.
Related: The Star Wars Family Reacts To Carrie's Death
And while Mark had previously shared his sadness on Twitter, he has now issued a lengthy statement mourning the loss of his on-screen love.
He remembered his Star Wars costar, saying:
"It's never easy to lose such a vital, irreplaceable member of the family, but this is downright heartbreaking. Carrie was one-of-a-kind who belonged to us all—whether she liked it or not. She was OUR Princess, damn it, & the actress who played her blurred into one gorgeous, fiercely independent & ferociously funny, take-charge woman who took our collective breath away."
The 65-year-old continued:
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Rowdy Roddy Piper has passed away at 61 years old. The WWE star died of a heart attack in his Hollywood home on Thursday night.
In the '80s, the wrestling legend was one of the biggest names in the sport. The athlete's rep is very upset at his passing, saying:
"Rod was a good friend as well as a client and one of the most generous, sincere and authentic people I have ever known. This is a true loss to us all."
Nine years ago, Roddy — whose real name is Roderick George Toombs — was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. But last year he said his cancer was in remission.
The Canadian had been pretty active on Twitter this week. On Thursday, he wrote about how he was supposed to appear on The Inappropriate Earl Podcast Friday afternoon.
The wrestler leaves behind his wife and four kids.
Our hearts go out to Roddy's loved ones during this difficult time.
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