The Ventura County Medical Examiner has released Naya Rivera’s full autopsy report, and it contains the tragic details of the actress’ death.
The Glee star’s son, Josey, said that before he disappeared into the water, the two counted “1, 2, 3” and jumped off the rented pontoon boat together at Lake Piru, according to the report, which was obtained by People.
After jumping into the lake, the 4-year-old, whom she shared with ex-husband Ryan Dorsey, said that she helped him back onto the boat and then disappeared into the lake.
“She helped him onto the boat and then he then heard [Naya] yell ‘help,’ and she put her arm in the air. She then disappeared into the water,” according to the details of the report.
The investigative report also revealed that Rivera, 33, had been prescribed Adderall for anxiety, was taking medication for a sinus infection, and that Rivera used a marijuana vape and smoked about “a pack of cigarettes per week” at the time of her death.
The report also revealed the star suffered from vertigo, of which she had been treated for at Cedars Sinai Hospital prior to her death, which got worse when she was in the water.
The report listed Rivera as being in good health and having “no known history of suicidal ideation or attempt,” and noted that she was a good swimmer.
The official cause of death is accidental drowning.
Rivera’s toxicology report was also released by the medical examiner, which reveals the actress had low-level amounts of amphetamine (Adderall, Dexedrine), diazepam, ethanol, and phentermine, which is an appetite suppressant, in her system, as well as caffeine, at the time of her death. According to the toxicology report, her blood alcohol concentration was 0.016.
Rivera went missing on July 8 while boating with her son. After the rental boat became overdue, employees of the rental company found the boat on the lake with Josey sleeping, alone.
Authorities searched the lake for five days, recovering Rivera’s body on July 13.