Chester Bennington had a small amount of alcohol in his system at the time of his death, a report from the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office obtained by E! Noticias says
The leader of Linkin Park who committed suicide in July at the age of 41 years, also tested "allegedly positive" for ecstasy, but two additional urine tests did not detect the drug. It was concluded that Bennington was not under the influence when he died.
According to the autopsy report, authorities discovered a prescription bottle of Zolpidem, a generic Ambien, as well as a glass of Corona beer and an empty bottle of Stella Artois. Fingernail fragments were found under the musician's iPhone and on a bedside table, which the widow Talinda Bennington told the police was an anxious habit of his.
In addition, Chester's wife conveyed to authorities that she "would have suicidal ideas after consuming alcohol" and threatened suicide in 2006.
It was also indicated in the report that Chester was in an outpatient treatment program, and a "Apparent biography" written by the singer was also found in the bedroom. According to the report, no suicide note was found. As previously reported, the cause of Bennington's death was suicide by hanging.
On July 20, 2017, police responded to a 911 call made by Chester's housekeeper, who discovered her body in her home in Southern California. Bennington's family was still in Arizona on vacation at that time, where he had just arrived from the previous night.
In the months following his sudden death, Bennington's legacy has been commemorated by fans from around the world and most recently by Linkin Park. The band took the stage at the 2017 American Music Awards to accept the honor of Favorite Alternative Rock Artist.
"We want to dedicate this award, to his memory, to his talent, to his sense of humor, to his joy" Mike Shinoda Rob Bourdon and Brad Delson shared . "And remember, guys, all of you tonight, whether it's a fan or an artist, I want you to take a moment to appreciate what you have and that Chester feels proud."
If you or someone you know needs help , call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).