Jamal Edwards: Cocaine sparked death of entrepreneur, coroner concludes

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The 31-year-old music entrepreneur died at home in Acton, west London, on 20 February. A full inquest into his death has now taken place at West London Coroners' Court. Assistant coroner Ivor Collett said Edwards had taken cocaine, "causing cocaine toxicity and resulting cardiac arrhythmia"
Published 4 months ago · London, United Kingdom Photography Daily Star

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