Aaliyah’s Autopsy after Plane Crash Reports she was Drugged
This month is the 20th anniversary of rising star Aaliyah’s death. Aaliyah’s autopsy after the plane crash reveals an unbelievable result. Aaliyah died in a plane crash in the Bahamas after shooting the music video for a song that would become part of her final album, “Rock the Boat.”
Still, an air of mystery surrounds what was tragically went wrong on August 25, 2001, when an hour-long flight from Abaco Islands to Miami took the lives of the young superstar Aaliyah Haughton and eight others.
While her family and fans were still processing the sudden loss, an investigation into the crash was barely underway. Another tragedy, September 11, quickly shaded Aaliyah’s death.
In those years, there have been some explanations for why the plane was ever allowed off the ground in the first place. Arguments had broken out between the Princess of R&B‘s team and the pilot over the plane being overweight, and many other explanations for the cause of the crash.
After the plane was crashed, it was quickly confirmed that the small twin-engine plane passed its maximum weight limit by hundreds of pounds. Also, the weight was not evenly distributed, which would have made the plane harder to control once it got into the air. The last significant update came in 2002 when a toxicology report found that the inexperienced pilot had cocaine and alcohol in his system.
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Aaliyah’s Autopsy Report after Fatal Plane Crash
Aaliyah was known to be a nervous flyer and had a scheduled flight. A man named Kingsley Russell from the Abaco Islands made a YouTube video saying that he recalled the day Aaliyah died. He said that a member of her team had given Aaliyah a pill.
He also claimed she had to be carried on to the flight and protested getting on the flight before taking the drug. Russell said he never forgets the sound of the aircraft crashing into the ground.
He added, “I remember when Aaliyah passed away, I was really upset. The story kept saying that she was adamant about getting on the plane. I was almost upset with her. Why did you want to get on that plane so badly? I remember wrestling with this, being like, ‘Well, she wanted to get back to Damon Dash, she wanted to be with her team, and who wouldn’t want their stuff with them?'”
It would never finish for the author and music journalist Kathy Iandoli. “Why would Aaliyah, a known anxious flier, be so insistent on getting on this small plane when it was overloaded with baggage, especially when there was a chartered plane set to pick her up the next day?”
Kathy Iandoli stumbled across what she believes is the final piece of this tragic puzzle in the process of writing her upcoming book Baby Girl: Better Known as Aaliyah, out August 2021, from Atria Books which has given her a long-needed conclusion about the singer’s death.
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