Scoop: ‘That ‘70s Show’ actress’ death ruled an overdose 

The death in rehab of “That ’70s Show” star Lisa Robin Kelly has been ruled an overdose.

According to the New York Daily News, Kelly accidently died of “multiple drug intoxication,” the Los Angeles County coroner ruled.

Her death had been described as “mysterious,” mostly because it happened while she was at a supervised rehab facility in Altadena, and according to law enforcement sources, the police and coroner weren’t initially notified.

“The coroner called the Sheriff’s Department to investigate, and a deputy who responded to the scene said a rehab doctor wanted to sign the death certificate without an autopsy,” said the source. Hmm.

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