Carrie Fisher’s autopsy was released on Sunday and it stated that cocaine and other drugs were in her system when she died.
The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office also cites in its report sleep apnea as one of the causes of her death.
Fisher suffered a heart attack on a Los Angeles bound plane in December 2016.
“Urine toxicology on admission to the hospital was positive for cocaine, methadone, ethanol and opiates,” the report states.
However, the report said that although the actress had these drugs in her system at the time of her death, they could not confirm that they were the main cause.
The drugs could have been consumed days previous. Therefore, sleep apnea, other ‘undetermined’ factors and a history of heart disease were the cause of Fisher’s death.
The 60 year old Star Wars actress died on December 23 2016 round 9am.