The toxicology report is back in the death of Nick Gordon. One of the many tragic deaths that just seem to be part of being associated with the Brown framily.
According to the toxicology and autopsy report obtained by TMZ, Narcan, a drug used to treat individuals who have overdosed on opioids, was also present in his system.
Gordon was already in cardiac arrest on New Year’s Day when a 911 call — that said Gordon had “black stuff coming out of his mouth” and was not breathing — was placed. Police arrived at the Maitland, Fla., Sheraton where Gordon was staying around 5:15 a.m. and brought him to Altamonte Springs Hospital, where he died seven hours later.
TMZ notes that “black discharge is sometimes related to a foam cone that comes out of the mouth and nostrils after an opioid OD,” and reports at the time noted that Gordon was a prolific drug user. Gordon and Brown’s friend, Max Lomas, who lived with the two intermittently and found her body unconscious in the bathtub of her Georgia home in January 2015, died of a fentanyl overdose in August 2018.
Gordon was found legally liable in the death of Brown, 22. Morphine, cocaine, alcohol and prescription drugs were found in her system at the time. Brown, the daughter of singers Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston — who herself drowned in a bathtub in February 2012 — died after six months in hospice care.
Police investigated Gordon in conjunction with her death, but he was never charged, though Brown’s family won a $36 million wrongful death civil suit against Gordon for her death.