The Los Angeles County coroner's office officially released former LA Clippers player Rasual Butler's toxicology report. Butler and his wife Leah LaBelle were killed when Butler lost control of his SUV in January.
According to the report that was obtained by TMZ, Butler had a wide variety of drugs and alcohol in his system the night of the high-speed collision.
The coroner found weed, pain killers and methamphetamine in Butler's system on the night of the tragic accident. Butler also had a blood alcohol level of .118. Police officials reportedly recovered an empty box of Don Julio tequila on the scene of the accident.
Butler's wife reportedly had a .144 blood alcohol level.
An investigation concluded that Butler had to have been going well in excess of the speed limit. Police officials claim the Range Rover had been going between 60 and 90 MPH when the SUV jumped a curb and hit multiple parking meters before slamming into a concrete wall and flipping over.
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