Chester Bennington autopsy

An autopsy reports that the Linkin Park singer has small amounts of alcohol and ecstasy in his system when he took his life.

Emily Treadgold

The autopsy states that Bennington has small amounts of ecstasy and alcohol in his system. Authorities at the scene found a prescription bottle of a generic Ambien called Zolpidem on his dresser a pint glass of Corona which was half empty and an empty bottle of Stella Artois. Chester's wife, Talinda, said he had a history of depression and was prescribed anti-depressants in the past.

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He also has previous suicide attempts, she recalls one in 2006 where he left the house with a gun after drinking heavily, according to TMZ. He had also told friends he was sober for almost 6 months. Bennington committed suicide on July 20th by hanging himself, there was no note but an autobiography that he had written. His estate will be passed on to Talinda and his children.

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