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Death of Louis Tomlinson's Teen Sister Ruled Accidental Drug Overdose

AceShowbiz Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
A coroner at Westminster Coroner's Court claims that a combination of cocaine, anti-anxiety drug and painkillers has led to Felicite Tomlinson's sudden passing at the age of 18.
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Louis Tomlinson's Sister Died From an Accidental Overdose The 18-year-old sister of the One Direction star tragically passed away in March. She was found at her fourth-floor studio apartment in West London. It was suspected that she collapsed from a heart attack. But, at an inquest hearing in London...

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