BEVERLY HILLS (Feb. 12, 2012) — The autopsy on singer performer Whitney Houston, who died Saturday night in her Beverly Hills Hilton room is done, but the medical examiner is refusing to release it pending the toxicology report. However, the medical examiner said in a press conference that he believes Houston's death was not the result of foul play.
Attempts to revive Houston, 48, was performed by the paramedics who arrived at the scene, and doctors at the hospital pronounced her dead at 3:55 p.m. local time.
As reports came in since her death, Houston may have drowned in her bathtub, according to a report by the Hollywood Reporter.
The report says that Houston was found by her hairstylist and two bodyguards. Houston's head was underwater, as if she slid down into it. Houston was to perform at the Clive Davis Gala, and the stylist thought she was in there too long.
A report from TMZ said that Houston may have taken Xanax, which she had a prescription for. It was known that she would take the drug to calm her nerves before a performance. However, TMZ said that those close to Houston said they were unsure if Houston took any pills before taking a bath.
RadarOnline reported that the an "unnamed" law enforcement official reported that Houston had many bottles of sedatives, including Lorazepam, Valium, Xanax and a sleeping medication in her hotel room.
Various prescription medication bottles are reported to have been found in her room when paramedics arrived. According to Beverly Hills report, any medication found has been confiscated and in the medical examiner's office.
It is said that Houston was in a good mood all day Saturday, excited about her performance. She had talked with her mother, gospel singer, and Grammy-winning singer Dionne Warwick. Warwick and Cissy told reporters that there was nothing out of the ordinary when the spoke to Houston.
Sources for report: TMZ, RadarOnline, & The Hollywood Reporter