Peaches Geldof Autopsy Inconclusive, Toxicology Tests to Come (VIDEO)
The story of Peaches Geldof's "unexplained and sudden" death on April 7 is getting even more confusing as the days go by.
The 25-year-old British media and fashion darling was found dead in her Wrotham, Kent (in the southern part of England) home on Monday, and police still have no explanation to offer for her cause of death. A postmortem was conducted on the mother of two and wife to musician Thomas Cohen, but the autopsy failed to answer any questions as to what contributed to her death.
Toxicology tests are still to come, though police do not think anything suspicious happened to the daughter of entertainer Bob Geldof. While Peaches has admitted that she experimented with drugs as a teenager, she said that she was "never that wild."
After her death, Peaches’ older sister Fifi Trixibelle posted a tribute to her younger sister on Instagram, captioned “My beautiful baby sister… Gone but never forgotten. I love you, Peaches x.” Their mother, Paula Yates, died of a drug overdose in 2000 when Peaches was 11 and Fifi was 17.
Police continue to investigate the cause of this bizarre and tragic loss, with toxicology reports being conducted to try and find answers. Check out the video above to learn more about the current investigation.