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