Cory Monteith Final Death Report: Intravenous Heroin, Alcohol

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New details have emerged in Cory Monteith's final death report, with cause of death listed as a mix of injected heroin and alcohol. Find out when he was last seen, the drugs at the scene and how his history of drug abuse and rehab treatments played a role.

The final death report in the investigation surrounding Cory Monteith's death of accidental drug overdose has been released.

The coroner's report reveals Cory's official cause of death as "mixed drug toxicity, involving intravenous heroin use combined with the ingestion of alcohol."

According to the report, "a spoon with drug residue and a used hypodermic needle, along with two empty champagne bottles and glasses" were found at the scene.

His alcohol level was 0.13 percent, with a "moderate" level of intoxication, at the time of his death.

Additionally, the report lists his "history of illicit drug use" as well as rehab treatments and abstinence from drugs for months or years.

Cory was found dead in his hotel room on July 13 in Vancouver, Canada. The coroner's investigation noted that he was seen on hotel video returning to his room alone at 2:16 a.m. on July 13.

This was the last time he was seen alive.

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