Brittany Murphy, who died at the age of 32 Sunday, was ill with flu-like symptoms in the days before her death and prescription meds were taken from her home, the Los Angeles coroner's office said Monday.
The Los Angeles Police Department concluded its preliminary investigation into the "Clueless" and "8 Mile" actress' death and told TMZ.com there was no evidence of foul play or other criminality.
The coroner's office confirmed an autopsy was planned for Monday, but chief investigator Ed Winter told Eonline.com the death appears to be "natural" and toxicology reports and other findings might take up to six weeks. After results are analyzed an official cause of death will be announced.
"The prescriptions were written to her," a coroner spokesman told the New York Daily News. "We didn't find any illegal drugs. All the medications were collected and booked here as evidence."
He declined to name the drugs or give quantities.
Murphy, according to her mother, did have diabetes, which could have contributed to her death, Winter said.
Murphy's husband of two years, "Factory Girl" screenwriter Simon Monjack, didn't want an autopsy done on his wife.