Prince Cremation Does NOT Mean Cause Of Death Won’t Be Determined, Despite Report
Prince’s cremation does NOT mean his cause of death won’t be determined, despite a sensational and wrong report. Gossip Cop can debunk the claim.
As Gossip Cop reported, Prince’s body was autopsied on Friday, one day after he was found dead at his home. Following the procedure, his body was cremated, and his family held a private memorial on Saturday. Now MediaTakeOut exclaims in a headline, “NOW WE’LL EVER KNOW… What Killed Him!! Prince’s Body Was QUICKLY CREMATED… And They ALREADY Held His FUNERAL!! (Details Of The SUSPICIOUS Circumstances)”
“If you thought that we were going to find out what killed Prince, you are wrong we’ll never know,” the accompanying story declares. The piece goes on to cite the statement from Prince’s rep confirming the cremation and subsequent private celebration held in his honor. But with absolutely nothing to back it up, MTO implies that Prince’s cremation will prevent his cause of death from being determined.
This is NOT true. His body was released to family members following the autopsy because the Medical Examiner’s office obtained all that was needed to investigate what killed him. If the remains were still critical in making that determination, his body would have been kept in custody. There is nothing “suspicious” about the superstar’s family opting for cremation after getting official possession.
There is, however, something suspicious about a purported news outlet that chooses to sensationalize and overlook basic facts. As Gossip Cop has accurately reported, Prince’s autopsy results are expected in a few weeks. At that point, a cause of death will likely be determined, regardless of the cremation. Period.