Authorities have officially ruled out ‘foul play’ as they continue to investigate George Michael’s sudden and tragic death.
The iconic singer passed away on Christmas Day 2016, with his boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz, reportedly finding the star dead in his bed at home in Oxfordshire.
The cause of George’s death is still under question, with the first post-mortem coming back as ‘inconclusive’.
However, Thames Valley Police insist that the star’s death was not suspicious, telling the Daily Mail: “We are satisfied that there are no suspicious circumstances.”
They went on to add that toxicology test results should be with them imminently.
As the one to find George’s body, Fawaz was interviewed by the police on two occasions but he has not been a part of the official investigation, with George’s cousin recently admitting that he suspected the singer died following an accidental drug overdose.
Andros Georgiou claimed that George had started to take “hard drugs” again towards the end of his life, but the singer would not have intentionally commited suicide.
He explained: “Hard drugs had been back in his life. I just think he took too much of something, mixed with antidepressants and other drugs he was on – with alcohol.
“I think his heart just stopped beating. I believe he had suicidal thoughts, because his mental health was all over the place.
“But I don’t believe this was suicide.”
Police previously confirmed that they were trying to piece together George’s final days and were attempting to locate the owners of a few vehicles that were spotted in the area leading up to Christmas.