Hollywood actress Carrie Fisher, best known for playing Princess Leia in the film “Star wars,” died of spontaneous respiratory failure and some “other unspecified reasons”. It is reported, the County coroner of Los Angeles.
As it became known, Kerry was atherosclerotic heart disease, and bipolar disorder – incurable mental illness. Almost his entire adult life Fisher was taking anti-depressants to relieve the symptoms of the disease. It all could not affect her health.
Pathologists also found in the body of the deceased artist traces of drugs – cocaine, heroin and ecstasy. It is likely that this also caused “a number of other unspecified reasons”, according to which the sixty-year old actress stopped breathing.
We will remind that on December 23 during a flight from London to Los Angeles Carrie suffered a heart attack. December 27, she died in her sleep. Her mother Debbie Reynolds died the next day, not having experienced the pain of loss.
By the way, Carrie was buried in an urn in the form of capsules antidepressant.