Turns out you are correct that she wasn't under the influence of ETOH. I looked at the salon's website to see if they sold products. Mr. Glass has his own line but nothing in a bottle with a red cap.I never could confirm with my own eyes that it was in fact a liquor bottle in her car. I believe someone here posted it may have been a bottle or shampoo or conditioner she had purchased with the red wig. Not relevant, I did not understand opinions on why having a liquor bottle in one's car is a requirement to be intoxicated. Jmo.
I am assuming it was smoke inhalation and heat damage.
I don't know... I can't imagine your foot pressing down on the gas pedal as hard as it had to be to reach ~100 MPH if she was nodding off or asleep. Your body would relax and your foot would likely slip off the pedal. All MOO.So if the fentanyl was in fact in her system before the accident it is highly likely all these incidents were a result of " nodding off".
As far as cocaine and possibly fentanyl... They might not have been taken together. Not that it matters....Anne Heche was not under the influence of alcohol when she crashed her car into a home last Friday, but she was under the influence of cocaine ... this according to law enforcement sources, and possibly fentanyl as well.www.tmz.com
I don't think a bottle of vodka would fit in the cup holder, so I didn't think so either. Also, the witness who tried to get her out of the car after the first accident didn't mention seeing or smelling alcohol.It is the same here with police. I just do not see a liquor bottle in what has been shown in the media. Jmo.
I don't think it's been verified what the container held that was in the cupholder. Did I miss this?Her behavior, and the fact that she had the alcohol container in the cupholder. Do you know anyone who buys drinks at a store and, with no plans to drink them in the car, puts them in the cupholder instead of the back with the rest of the stuff? Sure, that's not actual proof, but tell me that doesn't make it more likely...
It also possible the fentanyl was used in the hospital. It's very common in the hospital setting.As far as cocaine and possibly fentanyl... They might not have been taken together. Not that that matters....
Illegal fentanyl may be surreptitiously added to cocaine.Alarmingly, illegal fentanyl is sometimes mixed into other drugs—often without the user’s knowledge. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that those who sell fentanyl also commonly mix it in with other substances, such as:
This is because fentanyl can produce a potent high in small quantities, meaning that it is a relatively cheap additive. However, adding fentanyl to other substances produces dangerous risks. Drug users may not realize that they are ingesting fentanyl, and their bodies may not be used to taking in such a powerful opioid.
Would they be able to tell the difference between a person taking fentanyl themselves, or of that potentially administered by hospital staff? You'd think it would be important to LE to know what a person was taking/on. It's kinda like a contaminated sample in my mind otherwise. Things that make ya go hmmmm....It also possible the fentanyl was used in the hospital. It's very common in the hospital setting.
I imagine if the blood draw was done prior to any hospital administration of fentanyl than yes, they could differentiate if it was outside of the hospital or after admission.Would they be able to tell the difference between a person taking fentanyl themselves, or of that potentially administered by hospital staff? You'd think it would be important to LE to know what a person was taking/on. It's kinda like a contaminated sample in my mind otherwise. Things that make ya go hmmmm....
DailyMail (I know, I know) is calling it a bottle of vodka. It has a pretty clear picture that appears to be a bottle of vodka when comparing it against images in a "vodka bottle with red cap" google search. Not verification but highly likely, sadly. JMO.I don't think it's been verified what the container held that was in the cupholder. Did I miss this?