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Whitney Houston's Funeral Set For This Weekend in Atlanta

Posted: Feb 13, 2012

 Singer Whitney Houston’s autopsy is said to be complete but we’re still awaiting the toxicology reports. Other media sources are reporting that the L.A. County Coroner’s office is claiming the singer did not die from drowning, but rather from what appears to be a combination of Xanax and other prescription drugs mixed with alcohol. This is NOT an official cause of death.

Various media agencies are also reporting that Coroner’s officials claim there was not enough water in Whitney’s lungs to lead to the conclusion that she drowned. Let us be very clear, we’re STILL awaiting the toxicology report which may take several weeks before the results are known. In the meantime, we’ve also learned Whitney’s body will be flown to Atlanta this week and her funeral is being planned for this weekend.

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