Dolores O’Riordan Accidentally Drowned Herself In Hotel Bathtub
The Cranberries singer, Dolores O’Riordan, died last January and now reports have surfaced about the real cause of her death. Turns out, the signer accidentally drowned in a London hotel bathtub due to alcohol intoxication.
Her alcohol level was 330mg per 100ml of blood — more than four times the legal limit for driving of 80mg, according to The Guardian. Authorities said after her death that it was not suspicious. The coroner, Dr Shirley Radcliffe, said: “There’s no evidence that this was anything other than an accident. There was no intention, this seems to be solely a tragic accident.”
According to the inquest, evidence also was found of heavy smoking and the of use of prescription drugs, including lorazepam, which is used to treat anxiety.
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