Chester Bennington's Autopsy Reveals He Had Alcohol and Ecstasy in His System

Chester Bennington's Autopsy Reveals He Had Alcohol and Ecstasy in His System

TRAGIC rockstar Chester Bennington hanged himself after taking ecstasy and drinking alcohol, it has been revealed.

According to the report, a prescription bottle of the sedative Ambien (Zolpidem), which the singer occasionally used, was found near his body, however, that drug was not detected in the toxicology screen.

We finally have some more answers about Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington's death. "Autopsy findings are characteristic of suicidal hanging", deputy medical examiner Dr. Christopher Rogers' report says.


According to autopsy and toxicology results obtained by TMZ, Bennington had a trace amount of booze in his system. "There was a history of suicidal ideation".

There were also signs Bennington, who battled depression for years, had suffered from anxiety in the hours before his death due to the pieces of fingernail found under his cell phone and on a bedroom table. She said he was recently in an outpatient treatment program and that to her knowledge he hadn't taken antidepressants in a year. "A month before his death, Chester reportedly told friends he'd been sober for six months".

The report also reveals that the singer still had his boarding pass from his flight earlier in the day in his pocket, having returned home early from a family vacation.

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