New Info Regarding Whitney Houston's Deadly Drug and Alcohol Mixture

February 21, 2012 By:
New Info Regarding Whitney Houston's Deadly Drug and Alcohol Mixture

When Whitney Houston tragically passed away at the Beverly Hilton Hotel two weeks ago, a few bottles of prescription medications were found near her body. At the time, law enforcement sources said that there was nothing terribly out of the ordinary as far as the prescriptions went.

But according to new reports, the mixture of pills that Whitney took, along with the addition of alcohol, was the ultimate cause of her death. A source close to the situation told

“Whitney had taken Valium, Xanax, and alcohol, which led to her death. The coroner is waiting on final toxicology results to determine which one of the three was the major contributing factor of her demise.”

The source continued: “The coroner will be closely examining Whitney's blood alcohol content at the time she died as well. The sedatives and alcohol will almost certainly be the cause of death, and not drowning. Her heart stopped beating because her respiratory system was suppressed because of the anti-anxiety meds, and combined with the booze it probably happened very quickly before she was found partially submerged in the bathtub."

Meanwhile, the Houston family is reportedly worried about the condition of Bobbi Kristina, who sources say almost didn’t make it to the burial on Sunday.

“Krissy hasn't been eating or sleeping and just can't stand to be around her family right now,” the source claims. “Krissy's group of friends appear to be much older, and don't seem to have her best interests at heart."