Search of Linkin Park lead singer’s home turns up no drugs following suicide

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No drugs found in the home of the late Chester Bennington suggest that he may have been sober at the time of his death, toxicology reports on the way

(INTELLIHUB) — Law enforcement officials reportedly told TMZ that no prescription drugs or illegal drugs were found in Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington’s home following his suicide by hanging, although a partly drank bottle of alcohol was found nearby.

Toxicology reports confirming to what, if anything, was in the rock star’s system at the time of his death have not yet been released.

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