Dolores O’Riordan, rumors about death: Fentanyl overdose

Dolores O’Riordan, rumors about death: Fentanyl overdose

According to rumors the death of Dolores O'Riordan would have been caused by an overdose of Fentanyl

It would have been an overdose of Fentanyl to kill Dolores O’Riordan. To reveal it is the "Santa Monica Observer" that would have received some indiscretions from the investigators that are investigating the case. According to the source cited by the American magazine, the powerful drug was found in the London hotel room where the singer died on January 15th.

For now, the news has not been confirmed, as the results of the toxicological examination are still awaited. But many believe that the Cranberries' leader may have died from an accidental overdose of the drug. Fentanyl is a powerful analgesic and opiate that has effects very similar to those of heroin. It is used to treat chronic pain, but has been considered dangerous for some time.

Ten days have passed since the death of Dolores O’Riordan and her disappearance is still shrouded in mystery. Investigators have repeatedly stated that death is considered "not suspect", but the causes have not been clarified in any way. According to what was revealed to the American newspaper by a Scotland Yard policeman who intervened on the scene, the substance was in Dolores's room.

The Fentanyl would have caused the death of two other great singers: Michael Jackson and Prince, who died just because of a lethal dose of the drug. The substance has long been at the center of a heated international debate, so much so that in 2015 the Drug Enforcement Administration issued an alert, stating that it considered the medicine a "threat to public health and safety". In fact it seems that even small doses of Fentanyl can be lethal and only in 2016 were 60,000 people who lost their lives due to an overdose of the medicine.

Will it have been fatal also for Pain O’Riordan? The singer had long suffered from back problems, so much so that she had been forced to cancel some dates of the tour because of the disturbance. Many believe that the artist used Fentanyl to calm the pain and that an incorrect dose caused his death.

On the other hand, as his manager Dan Waite also mentioned, just before the tragedy Dolores was full of life and happy: "She was happy, joking and seemed excited to be able to see me and my wife this week," the man said.

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