Details about the death of pop diva Whitney Houston keep leaking out nearly two months after her Feb. 11 death.

The Los Angeles Coroner’s Office released the singer’s full autopsy report, which unearthed some new information about the manner in which she died. The office previously listed her official cause of death as a combination of drowning, heart disease and cocaine use.

Here are some new and intriguing details from the extensive report:

  • According to her personal assistant, Houston had been complaining of a sore throat for a few days before her death. On Feb. 11, the assistant suggested the singer take a bath. When the assistant returned from running errands, she found Houston facedown in the bathtub, and with the help of a bodyguard, she pulled Houston out and then called 911.
  • A synopsis of her death in the report mentions that Houston “possibly overdosed on a narcotic substance, prescription medications, over the counter medications and alcohol.”
  • Inside Room 434 of the Beverly Hills Hilton, where Houston was discovered, investigators found “an ashtray filled with multiple cigarette butts” on the bathroom counter along with “a small spoon with a white crystal like substance in it and a rolled up piece of white paper.”
  • In a bathroom drawer, officials also found “remnants of a white powdery substance and a portable mirror on a base” and “more remnants of a white powdery substance” on the bottom of that base.
  • There was no foul play in the death and the only trauma to her body was an “old healed vertical scar … on her inner lower left forearm.”
  • When she was found, Houston had a bloody nose, and the autopsy reveals that she also had “perforation of posterior nasal septum.”
  • At the time of her death, Houston was 5-foot-6 and weighed 151 pounds. The condition of her body was listed as “fair” in the report.