Bobby Brown Jr. died of effects of alcohol, cocaine, fentanyl
Bobby Brown Jr., the son of R&B singer Bobby Brown, died in November of the "combined effects of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl," according to an autopsy report released by the Los Angeles County Coroner on Monday.
“These chemicals exerting their effects at the same time produced a dysfunction of the systems of the body which resulted in death,” read the report, which classified Bobby Jr.’s November 2020 death as “accidental.”
Bobby Brown Jr.’s girlfriend, Anna Reed, who said he had “snorted” half a Percocet tablet and three lines of cocaine prior to being found unresponsive in a two-story townhouse.
Praying for the family.