The final autopsy and the toxicology report of Anne Heche ruled out that the actress was under the influence of alcohol on the day of the car accident that would end her life.
As announced by the specialized news outlet TMZ, investigators took a blood sample after Heche crashed her car into a house and detected benzoylecgonine, an inactive metabolite of cocaine, in it.
The report also notes that fentanyl was found in her urine, but it was determined to have been administered to him at the hospital as a pain treatment.
Heche was admitted to West Hills Hospital in Los Angeles on Friday, August 5, after her blue Mini Cooper crashed into a home in the Mar Vista (west county) area, engulfing the vehicle in flames.
According to the Police, the car was going so fast that it left the road and caught fire when it collided with the building, causing Heche severe burns, as she was trapped in the vehicle for 45 minutes.
On October 11, the My Friend Dahmer (2017) actress was declared brain dead, but her heart continued to beat for two more days to complete the task of finding compatible people to whom to donate the organs.
Anne Heche rose to fame in the late 1980s with her portrayal of Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on the soap opera Another World, for which she won an Emmy.
He then starred in several independent films, some with great popular repercussion such as Psycho (1998), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) and Six Days, Seven Nights (1998).
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