Overdose of prescription medicines might have killed Whitney Houston

The investigation into the tragic death of an American recording artist, actress, producer, and model, Whitney Houston, has shifted to the part where prescription medications might have played a role in her demise.  48-year-old Houston passed away on Saturday.

Apparently, the cops are focusing on the bottle of prescription medicines spotted in Houston’s room and determining who prescribed the medications to her.

Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter of the Los Angeles County coroner’s office has tried to understate speculation that an overdose of medicines was the foremost factor in the actor’s death. He said that the amount of medicines found was not curiously large enough to kill a person by an overdose.

On Monday, Rep. Laura Richardson, a Democrat representing a southern portion of Los Angeles County, said: “She will always be remembered as one of the greatest voices who ever graced the Earth. To have heard the voice of Whitney Houston was to have witnessed singing perfection. My heart goes out to her daughter, Bobbi Kristina, and all of her family and friends who are mourning the loss of this remarkable woman.”

Houston’s funeral will be conducted Saturday at an invitation-only private event at her childhood house of worship, the New Baptist Church. It seems like there are no plans to initiate a criminal investigation. The results of the toxicology test could help conclude what, if any, other angle of investigation is to be considered.

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