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Cause Of Death Revealed For Louis Tomlinson's 18-Year-Old Sister Félicite Tomlinson

taylor.sakellis 11 Sep 2019

Félicité Tomlinson, the sister of One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, passed away earlier this year on March 13.

The aspiring fashion designer was found unresponsive by a friend in her apartment in West London.

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At the time, it was suspected the 18-year-old had suffered from a heart attack and died soon after.

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Now, the official coroner's report on Félicité’s death has been released to the public.

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Félicité’s death came less than three years after her and Louis's mom, Johannah Deakin, sadly died from Leukemia in December 2016.

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The BBC reported that Félicité’s official coroner’s report states that her cause of death can be attributed to a dangerous cocktail of drugs she took before she died.

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According to the BBC, the Inner West London Coroner's Court heard Félicité’s and her friend had taken cocaine the night before, while traces of Xanax and Oxycontin were also found in her system.

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Coroner Shirley Radcliffe described the combination of drugs as "the perfect storm."

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The inquest heard she had a history of "recreational drug use over the years" but this had been on a more "consistent basis" after her mother's passing.

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The night before she died, the 18-year-old had purchased cocaine with her friend Zainab Mohammed and they, along with a male friend, took a number of lines.

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Dr. Radcliffe recounted Zainab's version of events, saying Félicite was still breathing at 5:00 AM the next morning.

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However, when her friend woke later around midday she claimed she "couldn't hear breathing" from the bed next to her.

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Dr. Radcliffe went on to describe Félicite as "a bright, much-loved daughter and sister" whose "use of drugs was a considerable danger to her."

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Félicite's family and friends.

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