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A array of factors contributed to Carrie Fisher’s genocide in December, a Los Angeles County coroner’s bureau reported late Friday, including nap apnea and heart disease. The matter also mentions drug use though doesn’t mention that drugs or how prolonged ago they were taken.
The news leaves a means of genocide “undetermined” for a 60-year-old, best famous as Princess Leia in a Star Wars movies.
Fisher had prolonged battles with drug obsession and mental illness, a Associated Press reported after she died, that she had been open about in her memoirs and novels.
“She pronounced she smoked pot during age 13, used LSD by 21 and was initial diagnosed as bipolar during age 24. She was treated with electroconvulsive therapy and medication.”
Aside from Star Wars, Fisher was famous from roles in When Harry Met Sally, The Blues Brothers, and many recently, a Amazon comedy array Catastrophe. Her mother, singer Debbie Reynolds, died one day after she did.