>> The demons that plagued Carrie Fisher's life resurfacing in a report on her death. Fisher's autopsy, released Monday, showing traces of cocaine, heroin, methadone, ecstasy, and alcohol in her system when she died suddenly in December, four days after going into cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles.
The LA County Medical Examiners Office adding it could not say what effects the drugs may have had on her system. Coroner's officials on Friday had ruled Fisher's death was due to sleep apnea and other causes. The Star Wars actress had a history of cocaine addiction in the 1980's and suffered from bipolar disorder.
Although open about her substance abuse It was not widely known that she had ongoing drug issues. Fisher's daughter, however, told People magazine Friday quote my mom battled drug addiction and mental illness her entire life. She ultimately died of it. Some fans on Twitter Monday choosing to highlight the decidedly untoxic mix that made her a star.
One tweeting, Carrie Fisher had large levels of heart, intelligence, talent, wit, and tenderness in her system and I miss them all.