Bobby Brown Jr.’s Autopsy Reveals Cocaine, Alcohol, and Fentanyl as Cause of Death

by Jamila Lizet White

March 23, 2021

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Bobby Brown Jr.‘s autopsy report was released by the Los Angeles County coroner on Monday (March 22) and it revealed his cause of death was due to “combined effects of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl.”

TV One reported that the son of R&B singer Bobby Brown was found dead in his Los Angeles home in November.

The 28-year-old’s death was listed as accidental and noted a “history of alcohol and drug use” in the 15-page autopsy and toxicology report. According to TMZ, a criminal investigation is underway as “The case is now in the hands of the L.A. County D.A.’s Office to determine if criminal charges should be filed or if the case should be kicked back to cops for additional investigation.”

No drugs nor paraphernalia were found at his home when his body was recovered.

We’ll continue to keep the Brown family in our prayers.

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