Five drugs found in Ledger's apartment, $20 bill comes up clean
It may be a while until we find out exactly how Heath Ledger died, but all of the pills found in Heath's apartment clearly show that he was a man struggling with anxiety and sleep deprivation.
On Wednesday morning, cops said they planned to test a $20 bill found on the floor in the room where a housekeeper discovered Ledger's lifeless body. We now know that those results came back negative. The bill was clean.
It seems as though Heath didn't need any 'uppers' to keep him awake. Cops found five different prescription drugs in Ledger's name through out the apartment. All of them were to treat anxiety and assist Heath with sleeping.
The NYPD says they found nearly full pill bottles containing the anti-anxiety medications Alprazolam (Xanax), Diazepam (Valium) and Lorazepam (Ativan). The sleeping medication Zoplicone (Lunesta) and the sedative Temazepam (Restoril) were evidently also found.
Rescue workers who arrived to try and revive Ledger say his apartment looked normal, and it didn't seem to be a drug scene.
In the end, I would say Heath's death will be labeled accidental as it should be.