THE CAUSE OF DEATH HAS BEEN FULLY DETERMINED FOR RAY LEWIS’ SON: The Death of Ray Lewis III, Son of Former Ravens Linebacker, Ruled Accidental and Due to a Lethal Mix of Drug Cocktail, Which Included Fentanyl, Cocaine, and Methamphetamine; Alcohol and Alprazolam were Also Found in His System. Pray for Brother Ray Lewis and the Family.
The local medical examiner’s office has ruled the death of Ray Lewis III, a son of former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, accidental and due to a lethal combination of drugs in his system, an investigator said Saturday.
Lewis III, 28, was found unconscious in a central Florida home on June 14. Life-saving attempts were unsuccessful and he died at a local hospital. Police said at the time it was a suspected overdose.
An investigator with the Medical Examiner’s Office that serves Seminole County on Saturday provided a reporter with Lewis’ cause and manner of death while a request for the full autopsy report was pending. The office ruled the manner of death an accident and the cause as a mix of fentanyl, cocaine and methamphetamine.
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Autopsy report on Ray Lewis’ son reveals sad details on tragic death
More details have now emerged on Lewis’ mysterious passing, and it has now been determined that the young man died due to a lethal mix of drugs.
A report published by TMZ Sports provides the shocking details of the autopsy:
“We will see you again,” the ex-Baltimore Ravens star said as part of a 16-minute video shared by DXB Media.
“Everybody that’s here in this room today for my son, from the deepest corners of my family’s heart, thank you,” Lewis added.