Whitney Houston Found With Xanax, Valium and Alcohol In Her System

Pop singer Whitney Houston likely died from a mixture of Valium, Xanax and alcohol in her system that created a deadly mixture which claimed her life two Saturdays ago at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Confirmation of the mixture was given to RadarOnline.com who’s source says:

“Whitney had taken Valium, Xanax, and alcohol, which led to her death. The coroner is waiting on final toxicology results to determine which one of the three was the major contributing factor of her demise. The coroner will be closely examining Whitney’s blood alcohol content at the time she died as well. The sedatives and alcohol will almost certainly be the cause of death, and not drowning. Her heart stopped beating because her respiratory system was suppressed because of the anti-anxiety meds, and combined with the booze it probably happened very quickly before she was found partially submerged in the bathtub.”

Photographs that were taken during the time of her death showed both of those drugs and alcohol in the singers hotel room.

Houston’s problems hadn’t slowed in the days leading up to her death, she was spotted at one point leaving a Hollywood nightclub after getting into an altercation with a female she believed was flirting with boyfriend Ray J. According to reports Houston left the club looking disheveled and intoxicated.

The final confirmation of Whitney Houston’s toxicology report will be released in the next several weeks.

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