New Report Reveals What Was in 'American Idol' Contestant's System When She Died
More details are surfacing about the death of former “American Idol” singer Leah LaBelle, who died in a fatal car crash with NBA player Rasual Butler.
In January, TMZ reported that Butler lost control of their Range Rover, which hit a parking meter before slamming into a wall and flipping over.
RadarOnline.com reports that LaBelle, 31, had methamphetamines, amphetamines, and alcohol in her system when she died.
According to TMZ, LaBelle's blood alcohol level was .144. According to the toxicology report, Butler, 38, tested positive for marijuana, methamphetamines, and oxycodone. His blood alcohol level was tested using blood from his heart and leg. Blood from his heart showed a BAC of .118, which was above the legal limit to drive. His leg sample was under the legal limit at .062.
Along with an empty box of Don Julio tequila, mysterious yellow pills, Pepto Bismol, and the homeopathic flu medication Oscillococcinum were found at the scene of the crash on Ventura Blvd. in Studio City, California.