Amy Winehouse was no illegal substances in her system when she died, even if alcohol was available, a spokesman for the star confirmed late.
The 27, year old singer was found dead at her home in Camden last month. No cause of death was found for an initial post-mortem.
The Metropolitan Police has indicates, that the results of additional tests would be announced within a month, during a survey Oct. 26 was postponed.
”Toxicology results back, the authorities confirmed that Winehouse’s family there were no illegal substances in the system of Amy at the time of death,” a statement released this afternoon confirmed.
”The results show that alcohol was present, but it may not yet be determined if they played a role in his death.”
“The family wishes to thank the police and the coroner for examination and informed his whereabouts continues throughout the process, you expect the results of the investigation in October.”
London Drugs fixer Tony Azzopardi said he had supplied Winehouse with £ 1,200 of crack and heroin on the day of his death.