Rasual Butler was under the influence at the time of his deadly car crash, OKMagazine.com can confirm.
According to his recently released autopsy report, obtained by RadarOnline.com, the former NBA star had had alcohol, marijuana, methamphetamine and painkillers in his system at the time of the January accident.
Police also found an empty bottle of Don Julio tequila behind the driver’s seat.
KTLA first reported, Rasual had a blood alcohol level of .118 and was driving at 60-90 mph at the time.
According to the autopsy, the 38-year-old died from “multiple traumatic injuries,” including blunt force head trauma and fractures.
As previously reported, the retired basketball player was driving to his Los Angeles home around 2:30 a.m. when his Range Rover hit a concrete wall killing his wife, Leah LaBelle, and himself.
The couple was pronounced dead at the scene.