Robin Williams’ suicide was not triggered by any illegal drugs or overdose of legal prescriptions, according to the coroner’s report released on Friday.
The Marin County coroner stated in the report that the actor was found dead ‘in a seated position on the floor of the bedroom with a belt secured around his neck and the other end of the belt wedged between a closet door and door frame,’ reports CNN. No alcohol was found in his system at the time of his death.
The coroner also revealed that Williams had some prescription drugs in his system when he died, but they were all in their ‘therapeutic’ concentrations. The report also confirmed wife Susan Schneider’s earlier statement that Williams was struggling with depression and was diagnosed of early-stage Parkinson’s disease last year.
Williams was 63.