Following the news that Whitney Houston's toxicology report had come through, reports have surfaced from the entertainment website Tmz that claims all traces of cocaine were removed from the star's hotel room where she'd died, before investigators could get on the scene.
Yesterday it was reported by CNN that the toxicology report showed no foul play at work, with Houston dying of the "effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use," also adding that the star drowned in the bathtub, saying "Something happened that caused her to go down and we know that when she slipped under the water she was still alive. We have evidence of drowning since there was water in the lungs." The toxicology also found marijuana, the anti-anxiety drug Xanax, the muscle relaxant Flexeril and the allergy medicine Benadryl in her body though it claims these didn't contribute to the singer's death.
Now Tmz says that officers found no trace of cocaine in her hotel room upon arrival at the scene with one particularly close source telling them that the person who removed any possible detectable substance was also the one who supplied it to Houston. A spokesperson for the Houston family issued a statement on behalf of the family expressing their disappointment at the findings, reading "We are saddened to learn of the toxicology results, although we are glad to now have closure."