Amy Winehouse autopsy report is inconclusive; toxicology report expected in 2 – 4 weeks | News


The autopsy results to determine the cause of Amy Winehouse‘s death has returned as inconclusive and it’s reported that Scotland Yard said further toxicology tests are needed and the results are expected in two to four weeks.

According to The Independent, the Metropolitan Police who are investigating her death, which was given a “Section 20” postmortem, which translates into them having reason to believe the death was violent or suspicious despite earlier on Monday police reported that they did not find any reason for suspicion.

The inquest is being closed until October 26, 2011 and the toxicology results are expected in two to four weeks time.

Earlier today (Monday, July 25) Amy’s parents made an emotional visit to see the tributes left outside Amy’s house and her father Mitch greeted mourners who lay flowers and left cards, cuddly toys, boxes of cigarettes and bottles of alcohol, thanking her fans for their support and love, shaking their hands and expressing his gratitude saying, “This means so much to my family.”

Russell Brand and Adele have both paid tribute to the late singer in writing, whilst Melanie Fiona and Daley have paid homage by covering two of her best known songs.

Rest well Amy.

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