Bobby Brown Jr. died of the combined effects of alcohol, cocaine, and fentanyl, according to the newly released autopsy report.
According to the legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the musician’s son passed away after ingesting several narcotics including cocaine and fentanyl — which investigators claim combination caused his death.
Bobby Brown Jr. reportedly had a ‘history of alcohol and drug use’ and had snorted cocaine and Percocet in the hours before he was found unconscious.
As we reported, earlier this year, Brown was found unconscious on his bedroom floor after a night of partying and had been suffering from flu symptoms in the days leading up to his death.
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According to the autopsy report, “The demise of this 28-year-old is the result of the (combined effects of alcohol, cocaine, and fentanyl.)”
“These chemicals exerting their effects at the same time produced a dysfunction of the systems of the body which resulted in death. The trauma present did not contribute to his demise. After careful review of the circumstances, autopsy, and toxicological examination, this death is moded as accidental due to the role played by alcohol and drugs in this occurrence.”
In the documents, the L.A. County Coroner’s Office outlined the events leading up to the tragic death.
“The decedent is a 28-year-old black male found unresponsive at this residence. He has a medical history of alcohol, cigarette, and marijuana use. He had been suffering from congestion for the past 2-3 days with no reported fever or any other flu-like symptoms. In the hours prior to being found unresponsive he had consumed tequila and snorted cocaine and Percocet,” it states.
Adding, “He was last seen alive on 11/18/20 at (5 am) by his girlfriend. at approximately (1:45 pm) the decedent’s girlfriend found him unresponsive on the bedroom floor. 911 was called and the LAFD responded to the scene. He was assessed and pronounced dead at (2:03 pm) hours. No drugs or drug paraphernalia were found at the scene. Foul play is not suspected.”
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In the report, investigators interviewed several witnesses on the scene including Bobby’s girlfriend — who revealed specifics of the events leading up to his death.
“In the morning hours of the 18th – 1 1/2 bottles of tequila were consumed and the decedent “shared” a Percocet,” the document states.
It continues, “Someone arrived at the home and pulled the decedent to the middle of the room and began to render aid, splashing water on the decedent and slapping his face.”
According to the report, Bobby “had a history of cigarette use, smoking approximately 1 pack a day and vaping. He smokes marijuana and drinks alcohol socially. His girlfriend said he “snorted” a 1/2 Percocet and three lines of cocaine prior to being found unresponsive.”
At the time, Bobby Brown Sr. spoke out about the death of his son, saying, “Please keep my family in your prayers at this time. Losing my son at this point in our lives has devastated my family. There are no words to explain the pain.”