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Chris Cornell's Toxicology Report Has Been Released

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June 5, 2017

Chris Cornell's Toxicology Report Has Been Released

Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell had a number of prescription drugs in his system at the time of his death, according to the newly released toxicology report. 

However, the medical examiner in the case has declared that "drugs did not contribute to the cause of death."  The report revealed that Chris had 2 different sedatives in his system, including several “No-Doz” caffeine tablets.

There were needle punctures in his arm, however they were made from an EMT trying to save him, not from repeated drug use.

The coroner once again ruled that Chris Cornell died from suicide by hanging.


Tabloid Trash:  Is Melania Cheating on Donald with a Guy Who Works at Trump Tower? 

An author named Monica Byrne posted a series of Tweets suggesting that MELANIA TRUMP has been cheating on DONALD for years with the head of security at the Tiffany's store in Trump Tower. 

She's not saying it's a fact, but she supposedly heard it from a source she won't name.  Monica writes stories, novels and plays, primarily science fiction or stuff about women's issues, it seems.

Her source claims that Donald and Melania had an agreement:  If he lost the election, she could divorce him.  But since he won, she's stuck with him until he's out of office.

There's no way of knowing if this is even remotely true, but it would sure explain a lot, including why she doesn't want to leave New York.  (You can read all of Monica's Tweets here.)


Keshia Knight Pulliam and Phylicia Rashad Will Support Bill Cosby in Court This Week 

When BILL COSBY goes on trial for sexual assault in Philadelphia this week, he'll have the support of at least two members of his "Cosby Show" family.

KESHIA KNIGHT PULLIAM will be with him in court today.  She played his youngest daughter Rudy.  She's 38 now and she's been defending Bill all along.

And Bill's TV wife PHYLICIA RASHAD will also make an appearance sometime during the trial.