Bobby Brown Jnr’s cause of death has been revealed as an overdose on drugs.
He died of an overdose of alcohol, cocaine and the powerful opioid fentanyl, according to a coroner’s report.
The 28-year-old was found unresponsive on November 18, 2020 in his Los Angeles home by his girlfriend. Paramedics subsequently declared him dead.
Months after his death, autopsy report released on Monday from the Los Angeles Medical Examiner-Coroners office, said that the son of singer, Bobby Brown, died from the “combined effects of alcohol, cocaine, and fentanyl.”
“The evening before the deceased was found unresponsive, he consumed tequila with friends, and ‘snorted’ Percocet along with three lines of cocaine,” the statement said.
Bobby Jnr, who was one of Bobby’s seven children, appeared on the family’s short-lived Bravo reality show, ‘Being Bobby Brown.’
His half-sister, Bobbi Kristina, also died when she was just 22 years old after she was found lifeless in the bathtub of her Georgia home.
Brown Jnr was one of two children from his father’s 11-year relationship with Kim Ward, which ended in 1991.