Report: Chester Bennington autopsy reveals small amounts of alcohol and ecstasy

ABC/Randy HolmesChester Bennington‘s autopsy and toxicology results show that the late Linkin Park frontman had small amounts of alcohol and ecstasy in his system when he died, according to documents obtained by TMZ.

On July 20, Bennington was found dead hanging from a bedroom door in his home in Palos Verdes Estates, California. He was 41.

Bennington had struggled with substance abuse and depression throughout his life. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Bennington’s Dead by Sunrise band mate Ryan Shuck says that a month prior to his death, Chester had been sober for six months.

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