Naya Rivera ‘had been drinking and taking prescription drugs’ before drowning in front of her son
GLEE actress Naya Rivera "had been drinking and taken prescription drugs" when she drowned on Lake Piru in front of her son in July, medical examiner's reports reveal.
A report from the Ventura County Medical Examiner's office released on Friday to The Sun revealed the details of the 33-year-old's death.
Rivera had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.016, the report shows.
She also had levels of low levels of amphetamine, caffeine, diazepam, nordiazepam, phentermine, the report shows.
Rivera had a prescription for medication when her belongings were found on the boat, along with three White Claw cans.
One can was empty, one was around three-fourths full, and the other was unopened, according to the report.
Her death has been ruled an accident, by drowning.
Rivera had gone missing from Lake Piru after going out on a boat with her son on July 8.
After a days–long search, investigators found her body in the lake on July 13.
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