Toxicology reports find no illegal substances in Amy Winehouse's system
Amy Winehouse had no illegal substances in her system at the time of her death on July 23. At least, according to her family. In a statement released to press, Winehouse’s family cited a toxicology report that found that only alcohol was present in her system. Whether or not that contributed to her death is not yet known. “The family would like to thank the police and coroner for their continuing thorough investigations and for keeping them informed throughout the process,” read the release.
There is still an active inquest into Winehouse’s death. The singer’s family expects to hear an outcome in October.