Chester Bennington
The autopsy report on late singer Chester Bennington has been released. Pictured: The “Linkin Park” vocalist attending ‘The Elvis Duran Z100 Morning Show’ at Elvis Duran Offices in New York City on Feb. 21, 2017. Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Chester Bennington had alcohol and ecstasy before he took his own life by hanging this past July. This is according to the official autopsy and toxicology report that indicated the presence of trace amounts of said substances in the late singer’s system when he committed suicide.

On Tuesday, it was found out that the late Linkin Park singer’s blood tested “presumptive positive” for MDMA or ecstasy on one test. Despite this, it was ruled out that Bennington committed suicide under the influence of drugs because the subsequent tests conducted did not produce affirmative results, as pointed out by TMZ who managed to obtain a copy of the official autopsy report on Bennington‘s death.

It was also reported that authorities discovered a prescription bottle of Zolpidem, a sedative, on Bennington’s dresser. They also found a less than half full pint glass of Corona and an empty bottle of Stella Artois on the scene. There was also an indication that Bennington was anxious in his final moments because police found fingernail fragments on his bedside table and under his iPhone — something that the singer did when he’s nervous according to his widowed wife Talinda Bennington.

Talinda also revealed to authorities that her late husband had a history of depression and that he had committed suicide attempts in the past. At one point in 2006, Bennington reportedly left their house with a gun while intoxicated heavily with alcohol. Talinda also said that Bennington had been prescribed anti-depressants, but he hadn’t taken them for more than a year prior his death, Us Weekly has learned.

On July 20, a housekeeper found Bennington’s body hanging in his Palos Verdes Estates home in California. A police report stated that the “In The End” singer used a black Hugo Boss leather belt to hang himself by the neck. Authorities did not find a suicide note, but they stumbled upon an “apparent biography,” which was handwritten.

The Grammy-winning singer was laid to rest at the South Coast Botanic Garden in Palos Verdes, California, nine days after his death. Then, his will was made public in October. As stated in the document, Bennington wanted to pass down most of his estate to Talinda, who is identified as the executor of the will, and his six children — three of whom are with his widowed wife while the other three are from previous relationships.