Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, and painkillers in her system at the time of her death, according to the full autopsy report released on Monday.

Medical examiners determined that her Fisher, aged 60, died on December 27 as a result of sleep apnoea. "Multiple drug intake" is listed as the cause of injury, but the precise cause of death could not be determined.

However, the autopsy report states that "based on the available toxicological information... there are significant limitations in one's ability to interpret the toxicology results and their contribution to cause of death."

The report found that Fisher may have taken cocaine as early as three days before her death, but the quantity of blood tested was not sufficient to determine the exact time of the drug's ingestion.

Similarly, a compound suggesting the use of heroin and other opiates was found in her blood, but "the available information is insufficient to establish the significance of opiates and opioids in this case regarding cause of death."

Fisher's longstanding history of sleep apnoea, bipolar disorder, and drug use was noted on the report. 

Previously, Fisher's brother Todd Fisher spoke out about the presence of illicit drugs found in her system, saying "if you want to know what killed her, it's all of it. 

"They were doing their best to cure a mental disorder. Can you really blame them?

"Without her drugs, maybe she would have left long ago."

Source: Variety.
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