According to TMZ, WWE legend Chyna’s autopsy showed traces of multiple prescription drugs and alcohol in her system at her time of death at age 46.
The LA County Coroner report shows that she had Oxycodone (painkiller), Valium (anti-anxiety medicine), Nordiazepam (muscle relaxer), Tempazepam (sleeping pill), and ethanol (alcohol) in her body when she was found dead on April 20, 2016.
This follows a statement from her manager shortly after her passing, in which he stated that she had a dependence on drugs and alcohol and insisted that her death was caused by an accidental overdose, not suicide. He said that Chyna had been taking the legally prescribed pills over the course of three weeks, but wasn’t using them properly.
Reportedly, when officials found Chyna, she was lying on her side in her apartment with a pool of blood on her pillow underneath her face. Officials say they also found pills, pipes, and a grinder in her bedroom. It has been speculated for months now that the WWE star died as a result of an overdose, and the autopsy has finally confirmed that theory.