Los Angeles – The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office said Sunday afternoon that an autopsy on pop icon Whitney Houston's body has been completed, but official results have been placed on hold, pending toxicology tests. Final results could could take up to six to eight weeks to process, but it has been confirmed that “no foul play is suspected.”
It was also confirmed that Houston was found Saturday afternoon in her hotel bath tub with her head underwater. It is speculated that she may have drowned. Police discovered a half dozen bottles of medication in Houston's room, TMZ reported, adding that family members said Houston had been taking the prescription drug Xanax, which is often used to treat anxiety.
When combined with alcohol, Xanax can cause drowsiness. No alcohol was found in the preliminary sweep of Houston's room, TMZ reports, but there were multiple reports that Houston had been drinking with friends the night before at the hotel.
Meanwhile, Houston's ex-husband Bobby Brown has ended his New Edition concert tour to be with his grieving daughter, Bobbi Kristina, who is said to be the most devastated and possibly even suicidal behind the loss of her mother.