Louis Tomlinson’s Sister Félicité’s Cause Of Death Determined To Be From Drugs
The cause of death for Louis Tomlinson’s sister Félicité Tomlinson has been revealed months after her tragic passing.
According to BBC News, a Coroner determined that the 18-year-old accidentally overdosed on a “perfect storm” of lethal drugs, including cocaine, Xanax and Oxycontin. The combination of these drugs was fatal on her body.
As we reported, Félicité Tomlinson collapsed at her London apartment in March and a friend then called 911. Sadly they were unable to revive her at the scene and she was pronounced dead. Police had also been sent to the address as a precaution to establish whether there were any suspicious circumstances.
Reports state that she had purchased cocaine with her friend, Zainab Mohammed, the evening before her tragic passing.
The inquest following her death revealed that Tomlinson had taken cocaine, MDMA, acid, and cannabis in the past and knew a number of people who could access these drugs and sell them to her. She had started taking drugs on a regular basis since the death of her mother from leukemia in 2016.