A post-mortem examination into the death of singer Amy Winehouse, which was reportedly held on Monday, July 25, has not established any cause of death. The Metropolitan Police said that the autopsy of the Back To Back's body at St Pancras Mortuary did not establish a formal cause of death.
On Monday, sources from coroner's officials said that they would wait for the results of further toxicology tests. The sources added that these results are not be expected before two to four weeks. An inquest into Amy Winehouse's death was opened and adjourned until 26 October to allow her family to make funeral arrangements.
However, Amy Winehouse's family found her dead in her London home on Saturday. The Rehab singer had problems with drugs and alcohol, which made many people blame her addictions for her death. But the Metropolitan Police is treating her death as "unexplained" while investigations continue.