Louis Tomlinson’s sister Félicité died from an “accidental overdose”, an inquest has heard.
Today, Inner West London Coroner’s Court heard the 18-year-old struggled with drug abuse following the death of her mum Johannah Deakin in 2016.
On March 13, a friend found Félicité unresponsive with “white lips” at her flat in London, after she suffered an overdose of Cocaine, Xanax and Oxycodone.
Her friend, Zainab Mohammed, quickly called the emergency services – but unfortunately they couldn’t resuscitate her.
According to The Sun, Coroner Dr Shirley Radcliffe said: “It was a perfect storm, the oxycodone, the alpraxolam (Xanax) and cocaine.”
“She was an individual who took drugs deliberately and has succumbed to their said effects accidentally. I find no evidence this was a deliberate act to end her life.”
Relatives were at the inquest today, but Félicité’s older brother Louis did not attend.
During the inquest, Louis’ continuous attempts to get his sister clean were revealed.
The teenager was diagnosed with ADHD, PTSD, borderline personality disorder, an eating disorder and poly-substance abuse while in rehab in Egypt last year.
But it’s believed Félicité left rehab early in November last year, and fell back into old habits when she reconnected with friends who took drugs with her.
Clinic boss Dr Oscar D’Agnone told the inquest: “She returned before we advised. People sometimes think that they are better than they really are.”
Dr Paul Eulinger also said in a statement: “She admitted she didn’t want to give up drugs and she knew it could kill her.”