Naya Rivera’s Full Autopsy Report Reveals Devastating Details About the Day She Died

Naya Rivera’s Full Autopsy Report Reveals Devastating Details About the Day She Died

It has been two months since the tragic death of Naya Rivera and now the Ventura County Medical Examiner’s office has released the late actress’ full autopsy report.

The former Glee star died on July 8 after going boating at Lake Piru with her four-year-old son Josey.

The original story said that she and her son went for a swim and that she

helped him back into the boat, but she never got back into the boat.

They confirmed Naya dead on July 13 at the age of 33 after they discovered her body in the lake.

Now, authorities have more details on what happened on the day that Naya died.

People reports that Josey told the investigators that he and Naya counted

“1, 2, 3” and then jumped off the pontoon boat and into the lake.

After they got in the water, Josey says that his mom told him to get back on the boat.

“She helped him onto the boat and then he then heard [Naya] yell ‘help’ and she put her arm in the air.

She then disappeared into the water,” the report stated.

The report also gives some insight into Naya’s health and how she
had a history of vertigo “that would get worse when she was in the water.”

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The report stated,

“The decedent would have vertigo to the point of vomiting, but she learned to control the symptoms with antihistamines.”

Naya was reportedly in good health prior to her death, and she was “considered to be an excellent swimmer.”

Her cause of death is drowning, and they ruled it as an accident.

The toxicology report revealed that Naya “had low-level amounts of amphetamine (Adderall, Dexedrine),

diazepam, ethanol, and phentermine (an appetite suppressant) in her system,” plus caffeine, when she died.

Her blood alcohol concentration was 0.016, and we believe that she drank some White Claw while on the boat.

The investigative report says that,

“[Naya’s] cell phone, syringes with a pink fluid substance, identification, and a filled prescription slip for amphetamine was found in [her] purse.

Three 12 ounce White Claw alcohol cans were located near [her] purse.

One can was empty, one was open and was about 3⁄4 full, and one was unopened.

There was a bag with food items on a bench seat near the front of the boat.

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