After weeks of speculations on what killed multiple Grammy-winning legend Whitney Houston on February 11, 2012, Los Angeles County Coroner Office recently revealed that heart disease and recent cocaine use contributed to the death of the 48 year-old singer.
According to a statement released, the mother of one whose drug use affected her voice to a large extent likely had some heart attack which made her slip into the tub.
Though other drugs were found in her system, but they did not contribute to her death.
A coroner claimed Houston used cocaine "immediately prior to her collapse" — but investigators who arrived on the scene found no traces of cocaine or any other illegal drug.
That was because "an individual" removed all traces of cocaine from the room before authorities arrived the person was the same one who supplied the drug to Houston.
Houston who was buried in New Jersey a week after her death willed all her assets to her 19 year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina.