“On Saturday the 11th at 3:30pm, Ms. Houston was apparently discovered in her bathtub by a member of her personal staff. This was the information that was relayed to the first responders that came on the scene. Prior to the Fire Department personel and hotel security arriving on the scene, Ms. Houston’s body was pulled from the bathtub and when first responders arrived on the scene she was unconscious and unresponsive. First aid and CPR measures were performed in an attempt to revive her, they were unsuccessful and at approximately 3:55pm on Friday Whitney Houston was pronounced dead at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. As of right now this is an active investigation by the Beverly Hills Police Department. It’s what we deem to be a death investigation and it’s not prompted by her celebrity or notoriety, we would do this in the case of any unattended or unexpected death of her age. As of right now it’s not a criminal investigation, we have concluded our investigation at the hotel, we have investigators that are assigned to this case but at this time it is a coroners case. At this time we are not going to comment on any specifics about Ms. Houston, the condition of her body, the condition of the room or anything we may or may not have found in the course of our investigation. As I’ve stated, right now it’s a coroners case there will not be any more information coming from the Beverly Hills Police Department until the coroner has completed their investigation and the toxicology results have been completed.”
The coroner report could possibly take up to two to three weeks. The Coronation will be done by the Los Angles County Coroner. The scene of Whitney Houston’s death has been confirmed that it’s not a criminal investigation by Lt. Mark Rosen of the Beverly Hills Police Department. A lot of rumors and confusion have suggested that Whitney Houston’s death could be a homicide or that their could be foul play. With these statements it’s almost certain the Whitney’s cause of death was not a murder and that it was from prescription drugs, alcohol and possibly drowning in the bathtub.
Mr. Rosen still wouldn’t reveal what prescription drugs were found in Ms. Houston’s room even though rumors of many drugs like Xanax, Amoxicillan and Ibuprophen were found in her room.