As "gleeks" and the rest of Hollywood try to recover from the shock of Cory Monteith’s passing, more information about his fateful night in that Canadian hotel continues to come to light.
According to a source at the hotel, there were “numerous amounts of alcohol” as well as various other “substances” found in his hotel room.
We’re no forensic experts, but when someone says “substances,” that’s usually the politically correct terminology for “drugs.”
The official autopsy has been delayed for a while, the Coroner’s Office revealed, “We might well have an update tomorrow, but final cause of death might be several days or even a couple of weeks after that.”
But the strangest thing that the source revealed was that once we DO learn the official cause of death, it’s not going to surprise anyone.
“When all the facts are made public, it will become obvious why police were able to conclude their part of the investigation in the first 24 hours," says the source.
Almost everyone is pointing at an overdose of some kind as the cause of death, which is really sad because Cory always insisted he was sober.
In a 2011 interview with Parade magazine, Cory said he was pretty positive he was "over" doing drugs since he had already been to rehab once when he was 19.
"I feel like I have a safeguard in a way. I feel like I'm kind of Hollywood-proof," says Cory, "Considering everything I've gone through, I feel like I've already been there and done that lifestyle to the nth degree. It's not interesting to me anymore."