The 43-year-old actor, who plays critical roles in series like Chicago Justice, General Hospital, and more, went missing in February. After a thorough investigation, her body was found within 5 days in a vehicle.

Right after the actress went missing, her co-stars and family friends used their social media to share the missing person’s report.

Her cousin Savannah posted a tweet on Feb 17 in which she revealed her phone was pinged on Sunset Blvd. This pinged location was within 1.5 miles of where her body was found.

Along with the tweet, she shared the National Suicide Hotline number 1-800-273-8255 and wrote, “Please know that you are never truly alone.”

Now 6 months after her dead body was found, Los Angeles County medical examiner has finally confirmed Actress Lindsey Pearlman’s cause of death.

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Lindsey Pearlman’s cause of death

Lindsey Pearlman’s cause of death was identified by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner after a comprehensive autopsy was performed.

After obtaining the coroner’s report on Monday, the Current-Online came to the conclusion that she had committed herself by taking an excessive amount of sodium nitrite.

The technique developed by Pearlman allowed for the detection of lorazepam, metoclopramide, and codeine, however, the amounts found were below the threshold for fatal overdose.

Lindsey Pearlman’s Popular Roles

Pearlman has been a guest on a vast number of different television shows as well as commercials.

Despite this, she was most well-known for her roles as Martha on The Ms. Pat Show and Joy Fletcher on the television show Chicago Justice.

In addition, she had a recurring role as songwriter Diane Warren in the Netflix original series Selena: The Series, and she has also appeared as a guest on episodes of Empire, Sneaky Pete, American Housewife, The Purge, and General Hospital.

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Anmol Rattan Kaushal is a writer/reporter for the exciting 'thecurrent-online.com' in Chandigarh, India. His daily coverage includes breaking celebrity news, human interest pieces, and visual galleries of packaging. Anmol worked as a freelance writer for various publications before joining the 'thecurrent-online.com' team. He is from Haryana and attended Chandigarh University, where he majored in writing, literature, and publishing. Word from Anmol: “I've always been famous, it's just no one knew it yet.”