Carrie Fisher Autopsy Offers No Smoking Gun into The Stars Death

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Carrie Fisher, the star child of the late Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, died according to medical reports of Sleep Apnea, pre-existing condition, and a combination of illicit drugs which were still in the Star Wars actress system.

The new information behind this recent rush to expose Ms. Fisher as something other than what the public knew haunted her for decades are the facts surrounding her last moments on board the trans-Atlantic flight of which were not discussed or mentioned in December when the star was, according to airline spokesperson, found peacefully “unresponsive in her seat.”


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A more detailed account of the stars last moments that has made the headlines has the star vomiting profusely in her seat, slumping over and apparently overdosing, unattended, in first class. The airline has not made public a timeline indicting at what point the star began convulsing.

The combination of cocaine, traces of heroin and ecstasy, all of which were found in her system played a role in her death, the medical examiner has said.

The years of physical abuse associated with drug use, which batters the internal organs especially the heart, resulted in conditions that even the star may not have been fully aware including heart murmurs, and other weakening of the heart’s ability to function fully.

Ms. Fisher was also bi-polar, a mental condition that has become so commonplace in society that it has lost the stigma that stopped so many from seeking treatment. She shared that information with the public, often. Debbie Reynolds, Ms. Fisher’s mother dedicated herself to public awareness of the disease that effected Ms. Fisher through the Thalians, an organization committed to mental health causes.

It’s unclear if immediate medical attention could have saved Ms. Fisher. Airline officials indicated they were ten minutes out, before landing in Los Angeles International Airport, and they had a medical emergency.

Ms. Fisher was taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, and died December 27, 2016. Ms. Reynolds, died December 28, 2016 at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, in Los Angeles, CA she was 84.

Ms. Fisher’s family has sent statements to the media regarding the release of medical information. 

 

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