It was on Dec. 27, 2016, when the news about Carrie Fisher's death surprised everyone around the globe. The 60-year-old star had been known as Princess Leia in "Star Wars" movie franchise that made her the iconic actress that she was. As her demise was a shock, her toxicology report revealed she had multiple substances in her bloodstream when she died.

The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner has released the late star’s toxicology report last Monday. The account stated that the 60-year-old tested positive for cocaine, methadone, ethanol, and opiates when she was still in the hospital four days prior to her death.

The unknown caused of Fisher’s death

However, the office of the coroner said that it could not be determined if the cocktail of drugs found in Carrie Fisher’s system had caused her death.

Just last Friday, it was revealed that the writer’s cause of death was sleep apnea combined with other health problems, like heart disease. The toxicology report also claimed that she suffered from “other conditions” when she died. This included atherosclerotic heart disease and drug use. She also underwent therapy for bipolar disorder.

However, the report cleared that the cause of her death was unknown and the use of the drugs found in her body was not determined. To recall, Carrie Fisher was 60 years old when she died on Dec.

27, 2016, in Los Angeles. Four days prior to her death, she fainted on a flight from London. Her mother Debbie Reynolds, on the other hand, also died a day after her death. She suffered from stroke upon learning about her famous daughter's death. She was 84 years old.

The toxicology report

Moreover, the toxicology report also cited that Carrie Fisher had suffered cardiac arrest and threw up while on a flight.

She also had a history of sleep apnea.

The report said that she had taken the cocaine three days before her flight from London. Her exposure to heroin may also have played a part in her breathing problem that resulted in cardiac arrest. Aside from the mentioned illegal drugs, she was also taking prescribed medicines, like Prozac, Abilify, and Lamictal.

She was also using oxycodone, which had no prescription.

Carrie Fisher has been open about her long battle with Substance Abuse and mental illness. she even talked about her longtime battle with drugs in her autobiography, “Postcards From the Edge.” It was also featured in her memoir, and one woman show, both titled “Wishful Drinking.”