Louis Tomlinson’s sibling passed away after accidentally overdosing on a combination of cocaine, anti-anxiety drug Xanax, and painkillers, an inquest has actually ruled.
Felicite Tomlinson, 18, collapsed from a believed heart attack at her 4th flooring studio apartment in Earls Court, west London, back in March. And on Wednesday, a coroner at Westminster Coroner’s Court recorded a misadventure verdict in regard of her death.
Coroner Dr Shirley Radcliffe stated: “It was a perfect storm, the OxyCodone, the alpraxolam (Xanax) and drug. I find no evidence this was a purposeful act to end her life.”
Throughout the inquest, Dr Paul Eulinger stated in a statement: “She admitted she didn’t want to quit drugs and she understood it could kill her.”
The aspiring designer ended up being dependant on drugs following the death of the brother or sisters’ mother, Johannah, who passed away from leukemia in 2016.
The inquest heard the former One Instructions star made several attempts to assist his sis get clean, typically accompanying her to medical professional’s appointments. She had actually been confessed to rehab a number of times including a stint in a healthcare facility in Egypt in 2015.
A homage by her father Mark Tomlinson read out at the inquest in which he explained Felicite as a “a much liked child and sister”.
Mr Tomlinson included: “Felicite had substantial hopes and aspirations for her future, a great deal of which were beginning to come to fulfillment at her untimely passing. She is missed by all who understood and loved her.”
Following his sister’s death, Louis shared he planned to make the most of his life and would focus less on “being defined on business success”.
“I’m here to make music I like and make my fans happy to state they’re a fan. Turning a page today,” he tweeted in April.