Carrie Fisher’s autopsy report shows she had cocaine and traces of heroin and ecstasy in her system, though authorities are not clear on when she took them. The “Star Wars” actress died on Dec. 27.
Carrie Fisher’s autopsy report shows she had cocaine and traces of heroin and ecstasy in her system, though authorities are not clear on when she took them. The “Star Wars” actress died on Dec. 27. Associated Press
Carrie Fisher’s autopsy report shows she had cocaine and traces of heroin and ecstasy in her system, though authorities are not clear on when she took them. The “Star Wars” actress died on Dec. 27. Associated Press

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