The results are in from Amy Winehouse’s toxicology results. According to People, no illegal drugs were found in the singer’s body at the time of her death on July 24th.

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“Toxicology results returned to the Winehouse family by authorities have confirmed that there were no illegal substances in Amy’s system…” said Chris Goodman, a spokesman for the family. However, results did indicate that alcohol was in her system — though it’s still unclear what caused her death.

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Fans around the world are still reeling over the British sensation’s death. It will be several more weeks before an official cause of death is known.