A death certificate has just been released for Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan. The Irish singer unexpectedly passed away in January.
Now, it's reported that she died an accidental death. It confirmed that she sadly drank too much and drowned.
The document, which was obtained by TMZ, lists the "Zombie" singer's cause of death as drowning and alcohol intoxication. They concluded it was an accident.
It was earlier reported by the coroner's report that Dolores was found dead in a bathtub in her London hotel in January. Toxicology results show she had a blood alcohol level that was four times the legal limit for driving.
The singer tragically died a day before she was set to record new music with another band.
Some of her friends had said she was very depressed at the time of her death, which led many to believe she had committed suicide. However, others say she was happy and upbeat just hours before her death.
Suicide was officially ruled out last month by the coroner, who added ... "There's no evidence that this was anything other than an accident."
O'Riordan's funeral was held in her home country of Ireland, where there was a massive service. Dolores was only 46 when she passed away.
Please pray for her family and friends as they continue to mourn her passing. In other news, please pray for Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber. Bieber was seen looking distraught at church after hearing sad news about his ex.