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23Aug
2011
3

Amy Winehouse’s Toxicology Report; No Drugs In System

Amy Winehouse. Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com

Amy Winehouse. Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com

Amy Winehouse's toxicology reports have come back and no illegal drugs were found in her system at the time of her death.  Alcohol was found in Amy's system but it cannot be determined what part or if any it played in her death.

Here is an official statement released in the past hour;

"Toxicology results returned to the Winehouse family by authorities have
confirmed that there were no illegal substances in Amy's system at the time of
her death,"
"Results indicate that alcohol was
present but it cannot be determined as yet if it played a role in her
death."

Very interesting.  Where are the people who said drugs would be found in her system?

Amy Winehouse died a month ago today.  Some people said they were not shocked by her death, but we wonder how they feel today.  Someone's daughter died.  That is how we reported it.  Regardless of her troubled past, we never assumed it was drugs.

In all honesty, it really doesn't matter.  It is not going to bring this talent back.   Perhaps it will show in the future, until you know what happened, chill n see what actually is the case.-Dr.FB

Diagnosis:  Sometimes, You Don't Know It All

25Jul
2011
4

Amy Winehouse Autopsy Does Not Show Cause Of Death

Amy Winehouse. Photo: Flynetonline.com
Amy Winehouse. Photo: Flynetonline.com

Amy Winehouse. Photo: Flynetonline.com

The autopsy of Amy Winehouse is complete and no cause of death has been established.  The toxicology tests will take 2 to 4 weeks for the results.

Everyone and their grandmother is assuming what killed Amy Winehouse was drugs.  We can speculate all we want, and your grandmother may be right, but we are going to wait for the results to come back. 

 It doesn't matter how she died.  The main thing is she did die.....-Dr.FB

Diagnosis:  Human Life Still Is Valuable

20Jan
2010
1

Brittany Murphy’s Family Say Drugs Did Not Kill Her

Simon Monjack & Sharon Murphy.  Photo: (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Simon Monjack & Sharon Murphy. Photo: (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

As they await the toxicology reports, Brittany Murphy's husband and mom say that her death had nothing to do with drugs.

They believe her death was caused by natural causes.   There was a report of about 10 medications prescribed to Brittany but Simon says most of those were his. 

Sharon Murphy said her daughter would not even drink on New Year's Eve or take too much caffeine and had a fear of dying.  

Simon Monjack said he is thinking of suing TMZ for the release of the prescription medication as well as the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office for selling TMZ that information. 

Simon has released several photos of Brittany on his own site, which you can see HERE.

There will be a public memorial planned for the end of February, and hopefully the toxicology reports will be back by then.

What do you think?-Dr.FB