Anne Heche’s Final Autopsy Report Reveals Cocaine in System at Time of Crash

Actress Anne Heche attends the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards at Santa Monica Beach on February 21, 2015 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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Actress Anne Heche had cocaine in her system at the time of the single-vehicle crash that took her life. This according to the final toxicology and autopsy, obtained by TMZ.

As is always the case in accidents such as the one involving Heche, officers took a blood sample after Heche slammed her Mini Cooper into a home, causing a massive fire. She died from injuries sustained in the crash a week later.

Along with cocaine, fentanyl was detected in Heche’s urine. But as TMZ relayed, it was determined that the fentanyl “was administered in the hospital as she was getting treatment for pain.”

Anne Heche’s Final Autopsy Report Reveals Cocaine in System at Time of Crash

Heche, 53, was reportedly trapped inside the burning house for 45 minutes after the crash. She had wrecked her car into a garage at an apartment complex before speeding off for her final drive.

She was long known to struggle with substance abuse and mental health.

Back in 2000, Heche drove from Los Angeles to Fresno, parked her SUV on the roadside, and wearing only a bra and shorts, walked through the desert. She stopped only to knock on the door of a stranger’s house, and later admitted to taking ecstasy at the time.

She had played key roles in movies such as John QWag the DogCedar Rapids and My Friend Dahmer.

She was declared brain-dead on August 11.

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