According to the document obtained by TMZ, a small amount of both alcohol and MDMA (ecstasy) were present in the Linkin Park singer's body when he committed suicide on July 20. TMZ reported in October that nearly the entirety of his estate will be passed down to Talinda and his children, three of whom he shared with her and three from previous marriages. A dresser in the room contained a prescription for generic Ambien with one pill broken in half; the section that says who the prescription was made out to was blacked out prior to publication.
In the report, the coroner wrote, "autopsy findings are characteristic of suicidal hanging".
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'There was a history of suicidal ideation'. Police also found fingernail fragments underneath the Linkin Park frontman's iPhone and on a bedside table, which his widowed wife, Talinda Bennington, told officials was something he'd do when he was anxious. However, he was in an outpatient treatment program at the time, and had allegedly told friends that he had been sober for six months.
Bennington had struggled with substance abuse and depression throughout his life. A boarding pass from Bennington's flight the previous day was still in his pocket at the time of his death.