When a celebrity dies, everyone turns into Sherlock Holmes. We all assume we know exactly what happened, and there's talk of drugs and overdoses long before autopsy results are public. However, in the case of British socialite Peaches Geldof, who died on Monday, conventional wisdom may be off the mark.
Police found"no evidence of hard drugs, no visible signs of injury and no suicide note" at the scene of Peaches' death at her home in Kent, according to Hello. Police are treating it as a "non-suspicious, but unexplained, sudden death."
Before her death, some health experts were concerned that the British socialite's diet might harm her health — she's said in interviews that she sometimes subsisted for weeks at a time on fruit and miso soup, according to Radar.
A postmortem will be performed in the next several days to determine the cause of death.
Peaches Geldof died at the age of 25. The daughter of musician Bob Geldof and the late Paula Yates leaves her husband, musician Thomas Cohen, and two young sons, Astala, 1, and Phaedra, who will turn 1 later this month,the BBC reported.