Well, we already know that singing superstar Whitney Houston had cocaine in her system when she died from “accidental drowning.” However, it probably didn’t really take an autopsy report to figure that out. Turns out that there was a kitchen spoon with white residue nearby in her hotel room. Investigators described it as a “white crystal-like substance” that was on a spoon and mirror. While it was never identified as being cocaine, the autopsy reports make it a pretty easy conclusion to reach. The singer also had a hole in her nose that is consistent with years of cocaine substance abuse.
On the bright side, no alcohol was involved in the death at all. Whitney Houston had zero alcohol in her system at the time of her death. She did, however, have marijuana, Xanax, Flexeril, and Benadryl in her system. Autopsy officials say these substances played no role in her death, however.
So what did we learn here? You can indeed smoke a joint, calm your nerves with an Xanax, relax your muscles with Flexeril, and have a little Benadryl to cure those sniffles, and you’ll be fine. Just stay away from the cocaine.
Words of wisdom, my friends. Words of wisdom.