Luke Bell’s autopsy report finally has come out, claiming country singer Luke Bell cause of death is fentanyl overdose poisoning.
Luke Bell Cause Of Death Revealed: The country icon Luke Bell was found dead in Tuscon, Arizona on 26th August 2022. Reportedly, he was missing for six days prior to being found dead. Since the country singer was pronounced dead his fans and people close to him were keen to find out what is the exact medical cause of death of Luke Bell.
Recently, Luke Bell’s autopsy report was released by the Pima County Medical Examiner’s office. The report revealed that an unknown man spotted singer Luke Bell dead and drug paraphernalia was also present at the scene.
Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office’s official statement reads, “this initially unidentified, 32-year-old man was reportedly found unresponsive by a passerby in a shaded area of a parking structure. Drug paraphernalia was found at the scene.”
What Was Luke Bell Cause Of Death?
According to Luke Bell’s autopsy report, he had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.076 in his body at the time of his death. Moreover, he was also diagnosed with arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease.
Luke Bell’s death news was affirmed and shared by one of his friends, Matt Kinman. Matt revealed that the country singer was found dead close to the place where he was last seen before going missing.
Country Singer Luke Bell Died of an Accidental Fentanyl Overdose After Going Missing: Report https://t.co/TXO9XeFzOt
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Saving Country Music also reported that he suffered bipolar disorder due to which his mental condition started to deteriorate over the past few months.
Luke Bell’s manager, Brian Buchanan stated, “Luke fought this as hard as he could, but the disease got the better of him, when he was beating the disease, he was the sweetest and most generous guy. He’s found peace now and there’s some comfort.”
Country Singer Luke Bell Passed Away At 32
Country singer Luke Bell was missing for six days. A missing file for Luke Bell was lodged on August 20. And he was discovered unresponsive on August 29 in Tuscon, Arizona.
The late Saving Country Singer was widely popular for his singing career. He was from Cody, Wyoming. Luke Bell enrolled himself at the University of Wyoming but he dropped college and went to Austin, Texas to pursue his country music career.
Furthermore, he inked a deal with Thirty Tigers in 2016 after moving to Nashville, and his first album was released shortly after. Alabama Shakes, Langhorne Slim, and Margo Price were also featured in his self-titled album. Nevertheless, he won the Best Honky Tonk Male award in February 2018 at the Dale Watson-backed Ameripolitan Awards.