June 19--Carrie Fisher's autopsy report shows she had cocaine and traces of heroin and ecstasy in her system, but officials don't know when she had taken those drugs or what part they played in her death.
The 60-year-old "Star Wars" star fell ill on an airplane on Dec. 23 and died four days later.
The report, released Monday, says Fisher might have taken cocaine three days before the flight, according to The Associated Press.
The Los Angeles County coroner's office said on Friday that Fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but could not pinpoint an exact cause. Her manner of death will be listed as undetermined.
Fisher's brother, Todd Fisher, said Friday that he was not surprised by those results and that the family did not want a coroner's investigation into his sister's death. Fisher had long fought drug addiction and had written about her drug use.
"We're not enlightened. There's nothing about this that is enlightening," Todd Fisher said. "I would tell you, from my perspective that there's certainly no news that Carrie did drugs."
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