An inquest in the UK has found 'Prodigy' singer Keith Flint had 'unspecified' amounts of cocaine, alcohol and codeine in his system at the time he died.
However, the coroner said there was not enough evidence to conclude his death was suicide.
Flint (49) was found dead at his home in Essex on March 4th.
In a short inquest hearing on Wednesday, Essex senior coroner Caroline Beasley-Murray said she had "considered suicide" but recorded an open conclusion, saying that "we will never quite know what was going on in his mind on that date".
In her summary, she said: "To record [suicide], I would have to have found that, on the balance of probabilities, Mr Flint formed the idea and took a deliberate action knowing it would result in his death.
"Having regard to all the circumstances I don't find that there's enough evidence for that."
Ms Beasley-Murray also said she found insufficient evidence to conclude Flint's death was an accident, where he may have been "larking around and it all went horribly wrong".
"I'm going to conclude an open conclusion," she said. "We will never quite know what was going on in his mind on that date and so that's why I'm going to record an open conclusion.
"He clearly was extremely popular, he was much loved by so many fans."
Flint's family and band manager did not attend the hearing, but were aware it was taking place, the inquest was told.
The hearing was held in their absence, with no witnesses called to give evidence in person.
Coroner's officer Linda Calder said he was found at his home address by a friend.
Police attended the scene and found there were no suspicious circumstances and no third-party involvement, Ms Beasley-Murray said.
A post-mortem report noted the presence of cocaine, alcohol and codeine in his system.
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