Verne Troyer’s Cause of Death Revealed

Verne Troyer's death ruled a suicide

Verne Troyer's death ruled a suicide

The actor, well known for playing Mini-Me in the comedy franchise, had openly battled alcoholism.

A test performed in April in reported that Troyer's blood alcohol content was more than three times the legal limit of.08.

A report from the coroner listed the primary cause of death was "sequelae of alcohol intoxication", meaning that the intoxication was a outcome of his previous alcohol abuse.

The Los Angeles County Department of the Medical Examiner-Coroner confirmed in a press release on Wednesday that the actor, who passed in April at the age of 49, died of "sequelae of alcohol intoxication", with "sequelae" being defined as a "secondary result" of a previous condition. He wanted to make everyone smile, be happy, and laugh. In 2017, he was admitted to hospital to be treated for alcohol addiction and later attended rehab. In case of an emergency, please call 911 for immediate help.

In 2009 he appeared on the United Kingdom version of "Celebrity Big Brother" and also made several appearances on "Celebrity Juice" and in Keith Lemon's "Keith Lemon: The Film". He also touched more people's hearts than he will ever know'.

The report concluded that Troyer's death was caused by "sequelae of alcohol intoxication". In May, Myers teared up remembering his friend during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The actor was hospitalized for alcohol addiction in April of 2017.

Following Troyer's death, tributes flooded in from fellow celebrities. Only this time, the caption is somber.

"Verne was an extremely caring individual", read the statement, per The Hollywood Reporter.

It continued: "Verne was also a fighter when it came to his own battles".

His representatives said at the time he was struggling with depression.