AceShowbiz - After earlier delay, announcement on the results of toxicology test performed on Michael Jackson's body in an attempt to determine the cause of his death is expected to be made sometime next week. A rep for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office told Access Hollywood on Friday, July 24 toxicology reports in the case have been completed with a few reports are being finalized and have yet to be signed.
The exact cause of Michael Jackson's sudden death on June 25 has not yet been ruled. The King of Pop was pronounced dead after suffering from cardiac arrest. The L.A. County Coroner conducted first autopsy on the body of the late music performer and proved no foul play on his death. In a death certificate issued on July 7, the same day a memorial service was held to remember his life and career, Michael's cause of death was listed as "deferred".
Soon thereafter, a second autopsy was performed at the behest of Michael's family. Last week, the Los Angeles County coroner's office confirmed autopsy performed on the late singer's body took longer time than it was first expected and so it would delay the announcement until the next two weeks.