The autopsy report for heiress Casey Johnson has just been made available. According to LA County Coroner papers obtained by TMZ, there was no evidence of injury on Casey's body.
Multiple medications were found at the scene, including Motrin, insulin and clonazepam, which is an anti-convulsive. But no cocaine or alcohol detected in her system at the time of her death.
The report also notes that she has a history of "possible excess use of Nyquil."
As Hollyscoop previously reported, Casey died from diabetic ketoacidosis, a state of severe insulin deficiency. While Casey's death could have been prevented, medical sources note that she didn't take care of herself.
She was found several days after she actually died.