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Hollywood has always been on top for its controversial news. We have always heard news of celebrity romances, weddings, legal troubles and many more things related to stars.
But, today I'll make you aware about some of the shocking death facts of the famous celebrities of the past who were killed or died in a very unfortunate manner. Check them out.
Marilyn Monroe was said to be the most beautiful lady of the World. But, unfortunately, she was found dead in her bed and when her reports came, it stated that the reason behind her death was acute barbiturate poisoning.
River Phoenix was an America-based actor, activist, and musician. He was found dead because of the heavy heroin and cocaine dose. His toxicology reports claimed that his blood had diazepam and ephedrine.
The famous actor Paul Walker's death was a big loss to the whole World. He died while performing his favorite job. The police report suggests that his car was running with the excess speed of 100 mph and lost its control to crash into a light pole in Valencia.
Anna Nicole was found dead in the room of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel. Her autopsy was revealed after seven-week inquiry and her report said that Anna died because of combined drug inebriation.
The lead singer and the founder of the Nirvana shot himself from a shotgun. And in his autopsy, it was revealed that he was in a lethal dose of heroin.
Princess Diana was the Princess of Whales, who was found dead after her deadly car crash in France. She had multiple cardiac arrests and died immediately after arriving at the hospital.
The singer of the "Greatest Love of All" didn't seem to apply the same lyrics on her life. She was found dead with her face underwater in the bathtub of a hotel room. Doctors in her postmortem report declared that the singer was on a heavy dose of drugs like marijuana, Benadryl, Xanax, cocaine, and Flexeril.
Selena was a famous America-based singer who was shot by her own fan club's president Yolanda Saldivar by a 0.38-caliber hollow point bullet.