Kurt Cobain’s Official Autopsy Report Leaked: The Details Of His Death Finally Revealed

Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain died three decades ago. However, alleged details of Kurt Cobain’s suicide have surfaced online following the leak of his long-confidential autopsy report.

The autopsy report, allegedly published on X by a retired Los Angeles sheriff’s detective named Tom Grant, reveals details about the rocker’s suicide. Cobain was discovered dead in his Seattle home on April 8, 1994, with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to reports.

Reaction From Fans And The Public On Kurt Cobain’s Report

The report also mentions the high concentration of drugs in Kurt Cobain’s system, including heroin and traces of Valium. The leak led to an outpouring of reactions from fans and the general public. Following Grant’s post, which included a link to the report, fans expressed surprise and gratitude. One of them mentioned:

I can’t believe this. This is it. Thank you, Tom, and dearest Tom. Thanks. We can finally get Kurt justice. Thanks.”

Another person wrote, sharing their thoughts on Kurt’s death:

Finally, we can dispel rumours that Kurt had heroin injected into both arms. Since one had a cotton ball, it was most likely from him having blood drawn in rehab.”

Authenticity And Confidentiality Of The Report

Cobain had publicly struggled with heroin addiction and chronic depression in the years preceding his untimely death. However, the authenticity of the leaked autopsy report has not been confirmed. Originally, the singer’s autopsy was never publicly released due to Washington state law, which requires confidentiality for such records.

Cobain’s body was marked by a suicide note addressed to Boddah, his imaginary friend. The note, which included messages for his wife, Courtney Love, and daughter, Frances Bean, concluded with a line from Neil Young’s song, ‘My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)’: ‘It’s better to burn out than to fade away.’

Courtney hired Tom Grant only days before Cobain’s body was discovered. Grant later published the book, “The Mysterious Death of Kurt Cobain: Suicide or Murder?” You Decide’ in 2016.

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