The yoga mogul whose body was found under “suspicious circumstances” died after repeated falls while drunk and on a tranquilizer, according to an autopsy.
CorePower Yoga founder Trevor Tice’s death last month at his San Diego mansion was accidental, according to a report released by the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office.
San Diego Authorities initially said his body was found under “suspicious circumstances,” however, the San Diego Union Tribune Thursday, quoted an autopsy report stating that his head and face injuries came from falls.
The 48-year-old former techie turned fitness guru reportedly had a blood-alcohol content of 0.20, more than twice the legal driving limit of 0.08, as well as an unidentified tranquilizer drug and unidentified anti-depressants in his system. Records show that tranquilizers such as diazepam, brand name Valium, can impair coordination, which is also one of the possible dangerous side effects of mixing alcohol and anti-depressants.
It was speculated that liver disease may have also contributed to increased bleeding and an inability to recover from the injuries, the report says.
An autopsy report stated that the death Of Trevor Tice was caused by drunken falls
A contractor helping remodel the home told a neighbor there was blood and glass inside the home when Tice was found, KGTV reported last month.
Neighbors said Tice didn’t live in his home full time. They said noticed his car there Friday, but thought it was strange that his dogs were outside all weekend, leading to the view that Tice may have been dead for a couple of days before being found.