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Michael Jackson had lethal levels of drugs in his body when he died, according to sources.

The BBC has reported that coroner’s documents from a previously unreleased search warrant revealed the amount of propofol – an anaesthetic – that was in the singer’s body.

The BBC has also claimed that there are separate unconfirmed rumours that the death will be treated as a homicide, but the coroner’s office is yet to publish its findings on Jackson’s death.

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