Chester Bennington's Autopsy Report Released - What Was Found in His System?

Chester Bennington Autopsy Shows Ecstasy and Booze at Time of Death

TMZ: Chester Bennington's autopsy shows alcohol and ecstasy

ABC/Randy HolmesChester Bennington's autopsy and toxicology results show that the late Linkin Park frontman had small amounts of alcohol and ecstasy in his system when he died, according to documents obtained by TMZ. TMZ reported in October that nearly the entirety of his estate will be passed down to Talinda and his children, three of whom he shared with her and three from previous marriages. There was also a pint glass of Corona, which was less than half full - and an empty bottle of Stella Artois.

According to the report, a prescription bottle of the sedative Ambien (Zolpidem), which the singer occasionally used, was found near his body, however, that drug was not detected in the toxicology screen. Also present was a journal with a biography that was handwritten but not dated.

HollywoodLifers, are you surprised that Chester had a history of suicidal thoughts? Fingernails were found underneath his iPhone, and Talinda said this was a habit he had when he was anxious. He was in an outpatient treatment program before his death, per the site. "A month before his death, Chester reportedly told friends he'd been sober for six months".

At the time Shuck said he knew Bennington had been drinking at the time of his death. "You don't need much to lose your mind for a minute".

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