George Michael Autopsy “Inconclusive, But Not Suspicious”

George Michael Autopsy “Inconclusive, But Not Suspicious”

An autopsy that was done on the recently deceased singer George Michael has come back inconclusive.

The popular singer was reported dead earlier this week on Christmas day at the age of 53, when he was found unresponsive in his bed by boyfriend Fadi Fawaz.

In a Tweet sent out by Fawaz after finding him, he said “It’s a Christmas I will never forget, finding your partner dead peacefully in bed first thing in the morning. I will never stop missing you”.

While results of the first autopsy on Michael’s body turned up inconclusive, the Thames Valley Police department revealed that foul play was not suspected.

The police statement reads, “The cause of death is inconclusive, and further test will now be carried out”. They then went on to say that the results may not be known for several weeks, but that right now his death is, “being treated as unexplained, but not suspicious.”

George Michael’s death comes in a year that has seen other music icons such as David Bowie,Prince and Leonard Cohen pass away, and in the same week as several other celebrities, including mother and daughter Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.