The coroner’s report concluded that the death of Prodigy’s Keith Flint could not be ruled as a suicide.
The singer died last March due to what was reported as a hanging. Despite the band’s statement that the musician did indeed take his own life, coroner Caroline Beasley-Murray said there was insufficient evidence to deem Flint’s death as a suicide.
According to Halstead Gazette, which obtained the report, the Prodigy singer had unspecified amounts of alcohol, cocaine, and codeine in his body at the time of death. However, Beasley-Murray said, “Was he larking around and it all went horribly wrong? On the balance of probabilities, I am going to record an open verdict.”
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