Amy Winehouse Toxicology Report Shows No Illegal Drugs

Still unknown if alcohol contributed to singer's untimely death

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Amy Winehouse's family has revealed that toxicology tests indicate there were no illegal drugs in the singer's system at the time of her death on July 23rd. The report did show that alcohol was present, though it has not been determined whether that contributed to her death.

An initial post-mortem conducted two days after the singer was found dead in her London home yielded no definitive cause of death. Her family is now awaiting the outcome of an inquest due on October 26th.

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