Hmm, how VERY peculiar!
The now infamous incident featuring a seemingly super-strength, drugged-out Rudy Eugene eating another man's face and flesh in Florida was apparently NOT caused by Bath Salts!
According to toxicology reports, the only questionable substance found in Mr. Eugene's body was marijuana, which is pretty unlikely to make someone suddenly crave human meat…
The reports state:
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It's been a very tough couple of days, but Amy's parents seem to be holding up well.
On Saturday after news came out that Amy Winehouse had passed away, sources had told us that drugs were likely not responsible for her death.
Then yesterday, Amy's parents spoke out about her death, and they were both devastated with the news…but didn't thank that drugs were involved at all.
When asked about reports that Amy had bought "cocaine, ketamine and ecstasy hours before she died," her parents said that it was all "nonsense."
Police have confirmed that
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Could she have simply died of natural causes? At 54-years-old?
According to a statement by police, Teena Marie's death appeared to be from natural causes, which MAY in fact be the case, now that we've learned that her autopsy revealed no signs of trauma.
We also learned earlier this week that no illegal drugs were found in her home.
Guess we'll have to wait until the toxicology reports are released to learn more.
Our thoughts continue to go out to Teena Marie's family and friends.
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Nicholas Brooks was indicted on Thursday in the death of girlfriend Sylvie Cachay almost a week after the designer was found lifeless in a bathtub at the SoHo House hotel.
Specific charges won't be announced until his next court appearance on January 4th.
Last week Brooks was charged with second-degree attempted murder and second-degree strangulation, however the Cachay's death must be ruled a homicide in order for him to face those charges.
The initial autopsy performed by the New York City Medical Examiner came back inconclusive. But secondary tissue and toxicology tests were requested and the results are expected in the next couple of weeks.
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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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