Sulli Autopsy Shows No Signs of Foul Play

Preliminary autopsy results have ruled out murder in the death of the former member of Korean girlgroup f(x) just days after her body was found inside her house.

AceShowbiz - Preliminary autopsy results into the death of K-pop star Sulli have ruled out murder.

A spokesperson from from Seongnam Sujeong Police has confirmed that there are no suspicions of homicide in her death, sharing in a statement: "No suspicions of homicide, such as external forces or pressure, were discovered as a result of the preliminary autopsy."

Results from drug and toxicology reports have yet to be published.

The former f(x) star, real name Choi Jin-ri, was found dead at her home in Sujeong-gu, Seongnam in the Gyeonggi province of South Korea by her manager on Monday, October 14, after he was unable to reach the star via phone. She was 25 years old.

Police previously said they suspected Sulli's death could be suicide, with a spokesperson admitting: "It seems that Choi was living alone at the house."

"It looks like she ended her life but we will investigate, open to all possibilities."

A memorial was established for the late star by South Korea's largest entertainment company, S.M. Entertainment, taking place at Funeral Hall 7 on the ground floor level of Shinchon Severance Hospital on Tuesday from 4 to 9 P.M. local time, and the following day from midday until 9 P.M. local time.

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