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Sridevi drowned and died in the bathtub, confirms forensic report; traces of alcohol found in her body
According to a latest news report from the Gulf News, actress Sridevi, who was under the influence of alcohol, accidentally fell into the bathtub and drowned to death, as per the forensic report.

The forensic report of the deceased actor was released to her family and a representative of the Indian consulate today by the Dubai Police in a sealed envelope. The report clearly states that there were traces of alcohol in Sridevi's body.

Earlier reports had suggested that 54-year-old Sridevi had died in her hotel room after suffering a cardiac arrest on Saturday night. However, this latest development is bound to make the death of the veteran actress even more tragic.

Quoting family sources, The Khaleej Times had reported that Boney Kapoor, Sridevi's filmmaker husband, who had arrived in Dubai from Mumbai on Saturday evening to surprise his wife with a dinner date, had found her unconscious in the bathtub of the hotel room of the Jumeirah Emirates Tower Hotel, at around 5.30 pm where the actress had been staying, after breaking through the door, when she didn't respond.

A paramedics team tried to revive her but failed. She was later rushed to the Rashid Hospital in Dubai, where she was declared brought dead.

Fresh emerging reports suggest that in the light of this latest development, release of Sridevi's mortal remains might be further delayed. Dubai Police has transferred the case to Dubai Police Prosecution, which will carry out regular legal procedures followed in such cases, as per ANI.

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