An autopsy performed on the body of Johnson and Johnson heiress Casey Johnson revealed no immediate cause of death, although the report stated there were no signs of foul play in the socialite’s death. The findings from the Casey Johnson autopsy report were ruled inconclusive, with additional toxicology and tissue tests expected to take 6-8 weeks.
No evidence of foul play or trauma to the body was found during the official autopsy by the LA County Coroner’s Office on Casey Johnson. Johnson struggled with diabetes throughout her life, but authorities did not state whether or not the disease was thought to be a possible contributing factor to her death.
An unidentified source allegedly told RadarOnline.com that Johnson’s girlfriend, reality TV star Tila Tequila, feared the heiress had died of a drug overdose. TMZ.com reported that only an “insignificant” amount of prescription drugs were found in Johnson’s home.
A private funeral for friends and family has been scheduled for later this week. No other details regarding the memorial have been released. In a press statement through their rep, the Johnson family said they wish to “thank everyone who has expressed condolences and support during this trying time. Your thoughts and prayers are deeply appreciated.”