It's hard to believe, but it's only been six weeks since Whitney Houston was found dead in her hotel room. Today the Los Angeles County Coroner's office finally released its initial autopsy report, and the depressing results showed that she used cocaine right before she drowned, and she also had heart disease. Oh, Whitney.
The Coroner's Office said that Whitney used cocaine "immediately prior to her collapse." But the toxicology reports indicate that she also had marijuana, Xanax, Flexeril (a muscle relaxant), and Benadryl in her blood—though they said these drugs "did not contribute to the death." Even though numerous people swore up and down that Whitney wasn't doing coke again, a fact which was sort of supported by the fact that none was found in her hotel room, now a source is saying that someone swept the hotel room clear of all cocaine before authorities arrived. (Looks like the damned tabloids were right.)