Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston's full autopsy report noted that she had cocaine throughout her system and that detectives investigating the singer's death found white powdery substances along with a spoon with white residue in the singer's hotel room. Reuters

The Los Angeles County Coroner's office has revealed the final autopsy report and results of inquiries into the death of American pop star Whitney Houston. The report does not indicate any foul play.

"I collected... a spoon with a white crystal-like substance in it, a rolled up piece of white paper from off the top of a counter along the east wall in the bathroom. I also collected remnants of a white powdery substance from out of a drawer and from the bottom of a mirror in the same drawer in the bathroom counter," County supervisor Kirsty McCracken was quoted as saying by MTV.

The TMZ report had phrases like "lying face down in the bathtub, unresponsive", "extremely hot water" in the bath tub" and "bloody purge coming from her nose", supposedly from the report, to describe the scene and condition of Whitney Houston's body.

Meanwhile, the earlier report stated the main cause of death was "drowning" and "effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use".

The BBC reports "the singer had a perforated nose, a sign of long-term substance abuse. The 42-page document gave more details than an initial report released last month".

Houston was found dead in her hotel room the night before the Grammys, in February.