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The Latest! Patton Oswalt's Wife Surrounded By Uppers, Painkillers, Cocaine At Death Scene

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Feb. 24 2017, Updated 8:43 p.m. ET

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As OK! previously reported, actor Patton Oswalt’s wife, Michelle McNamara, died in April of an accidental overdose and heart condition, and now RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting that the crime writer led a secret life of drug use before her shocking passing.

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The mother-of-one was "surrounded by uppers, downers, painkillers, cocaine — and even a substance similar to ecstasy — in the private drug den of the family’s lavish Los Angeles home."

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An autopsy report obtained by the site reveals that McNamara had "prescription bottles of Bupropion, an antidepressant, Cefdinir, an antibiotic, and Naproxen, an anti-inflammatory drug." The outlet also adds that "a prescription bottle missing a label was filled with Xanax."

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But Oswalt told cops that the meds actually belonged to him.

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But what's more is that TFMPP was found at the death scene -- a recreational drug used an alternative to ecstasy. "The pill was embossed with a lightning bolt, and was hidden inside a small plastic bag tucked away inside a larger bag," Radar reports.

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Officials on scene also discovered cocaine and levamisole, as well as painkillers such as oxycodone and hydrocodone, and Dextroamphetamine. None of which were prescribed to her.

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