Chester Bennington's autopsy reveals details about his final moments


Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington committed suicide in July, and now his autopsy report has been released.

TMZ was the first to obtain the report.

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The Linkin Park frontman killed himself on July 20

A half-empty bottle of Corona beer was also found nearby, which could explain the small amount of alcohol present in his system.

We finally have some more answers about Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington's death.

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A prescription bottle was found on his nightstand, however it was concluded that Bennington had no drugs in his system at the time of his death. "Autopsy findings are characteristic of suicidal hanging", deputy medical examiner Dr. Christopher Rogers' report says.

The Los Angeles County Coroner's office has concluded its investigation into the July 20 suicide of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, confirming its initial ruling: Death by hanging. "There was a history of suicidal ideation [in Bennington]". Fingernails were found underneath his iPhone, and Talinda said this was a habit he had when he was anxious. However, he was in an outpatient treatment program at the time, and had allegedly told friends that he had been sober for six months. "He was describing an hour-by-hour battle with addiction", Shuck said. "You don't need much to lose your mind for a minute".

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