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Colin Trevorrow recently opened up regarding how the final film in the new trilogy will honor the late Carrie Fisher.
James Blunt famously had Carrie Fisher’s couch to crash on when things got a little tough, but Jamie Foxx has now brought a new dimension to the “fostering up-and-coming musicians” game. You see, when Foxx was hosting a radio show in Los Angeles a handful of years ago, he was ... More »
The investigation into Carrie Fisher's death took a turn on Monday when the toxicology report showed she had used cocaine within hours of her death, and somewhat recently heroin and MDMA as well. At least, it was a turn for us. For Carrie's brother, Todd Fisher, the news Carrie had been using again was not much of [...]
Carrie Fisher maintained the image of a drug recovery princess. The image itself may have been lethal.
Todd Fisher does not believe that the results of his sister Carrie Fisher's autopsy should negatively affect her legacy. Read more...
Billie Lourd, the actress’s only child, has said what the coroners cannot: that her mom died of drug addiction. Her bold act of ownership is exactly what Carrie would have wanted.
Post by Maressa Brown. When Carrie Fisher passed away in December at just 60 years old, her untimely, tragic death was attributed to a heart attack aboard a transatlantic flight. Now, more specifics are being reported following the release...Show More Summary
The coroner's office has stated that the impact of the drugs is not yet known. [ more › ]
Tuesday: A renewal plan for San Jose, Carrie Fisher’s toxicology report, and a guide to free museums in Los Angeles.
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Tuesday, June 20, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Carrie Fisher's final chapter: No Hollywood ending here Carrie Fisher never said she had conquered her problems. The quintessential child of Tinseltown...
It’s not clear what role, if any, the illicit substances played in her death.
I’m bringing up the Carrie Fisher story just to say that it would have been nice if people called for this kind of respect in the face of drug use after Whitney Houston died. [Variety] This is a very good breakdown of what’s at stake when the Supreme Court looks at partisan gerrymandering […]
Carrie Fisher died last year from what coroner's officials believe to be sleep apnea "and a combination of other factors," according to the results of her death inquiry. Because Fisher's family did not authorize a full autopsy, officials...Show More Summary
Carrie Fisher never said she had conquered her problems. The quintessential child of Tinseltown never expected a Hollywood ending. She talked openly and often about her 45-year-long fight with bipolar disorder, alcoholism and drug addiction, explaining how opioids in particular "dialed down" her...
In sad news, it turns out that the late actor Carrie Fisher had heroin and cocaine in her system when she died in December. According to official documents obtained by PEOPLE from the Los Angeles County coroner's office, her toxicology report included cocaine, methadone, ethanol and opiates. Show More Summary
"My mum battled drug addiction and mental illness her entire life. She ultimately died of it," Carrie Fisher's daughter Billie Lourd told People this weekend in a compassionate statement about her mother's passing. Fisher's autopsy has, tragically, confirmed her struggle continued right up to her death. More »
Carrie Fisher had cocaine, morphine, codeine and oxycodone in her system when she was hospitalized after suffering a massive heart attack on board a flight to LAX. The L.A. County Coroner released its full autopsy, including toxicology, and it…