Bobby Brown Jr. autopsy reveals he died from alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl

Bobby Brown Jr. was discovered dead in his Los Angeles house in November. He was 28.

The Los Angeles County coroner’s report gotten by CNN kept in mind a “history of alcohol and drug use” and an abrasion on his ideal arm.

There was no proof of internal injuries and Brown’s death was noted as unexpected, according to the report.

His death was the most recent disaster to befall the Brown household.

The older Brown, who has actually struggled with drug abuse in the past, grieved the death of his previous partner, super star vocalist and starlet Whitney Houston, in 2012.

She was wed to him from 1992 to 2007 and passed away prior to the 2012 Grammy Awards after unintentionally drowning in a tub, with heart problem and drug as contributing aspects, the coroner ruled.

Houston was 48.

3 years later on the couple’s only kid together, child Bobbi Kristina Brown, was discovered unresponsive in the bath tub at her Roswell, Georgia, house. She stuck around, initially in a health center and after that in hospice for almost 6 months, prior to passing away in July 2015.

According to the autopsy, the 22-year-old’s death was brought on by drug intoxication and immersion, which resulted in pneumonia and mental retardation.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.