Peaches Geldof, who was found dead during her English nation home on Apr 7, reportedly died of a heroin overdose.
An inquisition into a genocide of a daughter of Irish rocker Sir Bob Geldof, will be told on Thursday that a 25-year-old died of a drug overdose, The Times in a U.K. is reporting.
The British TV model, author and TV celebrity was found passed while looking after her 11-month-old son, Phaedra, during home, and military primarily described her flitting as “non-suspicious” and a “sudden unexplained” death.
The Times reports that military detected no justification of drugs outfit in a house, and after an autopsy valid inconclusive, samples were sent to a laboratory for toxicology testing.
The demeanour of Geldof’s flitting echoes a genocide of her mother, TV presenter Paula Yates, who died from an random heroin overdose in 2000, when she was home alone with her youngest daughter, Tiger Lily, 4, whose father was INXS thespian Michael Hutchence.
Geldof certified that she experimented with drugs during her younger years. “I could have let myself turn though all a time we remembered what happened to my mum,” she told Elle repository in 2012.
The final design Geldof common on Instagram was an aged print display Yates holding her as a child.