Cory Monteith, whose body was found in a Vancouver hotel room over the weekend, died of a "mixed drug toxicity" of heroin and alcohol, authorities say.
"At this point there is no evidence to suggest Mr. Monteith's death was anything other than a most tragic accident," the British Columbia Coroners Service says in a statement released Tuesday.
The cause of the "Glee" star's death at age 31 was determined by an autopsy and toxicology tests. An investigation continues, People reports.
"Mr. Monteith's family has been made aware of the circumstances surrounding the death," the Coroners Service says. "On behalf of family members, the BC Coroners Service asks that the media respect their privacy at this difficult time."
The Canadian native completed a monthlong stint in a treatment facility for substance addiction in April.
It's still unclear what happened after Monteith arrived in Canada and checked into the Fairmont Pacific Rim on July 6. He and his manager dined on Thursday night with Maureen Webb, the co-founder of Project Limelight Society, who said the actor "looked so good, so healthy."
Police say that the next night, Monteith and three unidentified people left his hotel room and that the actor returned alone at about 2:15 a.m. Saturday. A hotel staff person found his body shortly after noon when Monteith didn't check out.
Not many people read "The Cuckoo's Calling" before word leaked out over the weekend that author Robert Galbraith was, in fact, J.K. Rowling. But a handful who did managed to get a signed copy.
That could mean a lot of money.
Rowling spokeswoman Nicky Stonehill told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Rowling, the "Harry Potter" author, signed a few copies of her detective novel as "Robert Galbraith."
Bids for a first edition signed as Galbraith have topped $1,000 on eBay. Stonehill declined to comment on how any reader obtained a signed copy.
"The Cuckoo's Calling" was published quietly in April. It is No. 1 on Amazon.com, and publisher Little, Brown and Co. has commissioned a new printing of 300,000 copies.
Nas has rapped his way to Harvard University.
The Ivy League school announced Tuesday that the 39-year-old rapper is being honored with the Nasir Jones Hip-Hop Fellowship at its W.E.B. Du Bois Institute. It's a joint venture with Harvard's Hip-Hop Archive, the AP reports.
The fellowship will assist students who excel in the arts "in connection with hip-hop."
Nas is one of hip-hop's most celebrated lyricists, best known for his reflective rhymes and deep storytelling. His 11th album, "Life Is Good," was released last year. It earned four Grammy nominations.
The Hip-Hop Archive was established at Harvard in 2002. It supports growing research in hip-hop.
Charles Ramsey says that helping to rescue three women who were allegedly held captive for a decade in Cleveland has backfired financially, People reports.
"I had a job, I was paying rent and I had no bills. I was trying to accumulate some [savings]," he explained to the Daily Mail. "Now I can't get a job," he says, adding he can't hold down work due to the attention he receives.
"I'm going to try to get a job. Just give me a job. I'll take a picture with you, fine," he says, adding that he'd like to work in food services, perhaps as a cook. "Just pay me, that's all. I'm borrowing money from my relatives."
Ramsey, who became a notable name overnight this past May, also believes he was cheated out of extra funds he should have earned for helping to rescue Amanda Berry and helping police find fellow alleged victims of Ariel Castro, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
"The reward money is probably millions and I bought a car. Millions. A car. Think about it," he says. "They've been gone 10 years, so how could the reward money just be 14 grand? I haven't gotten it ... I'm broke, bro. That's the truth. [The $15,000 originally received] was a private donation."
But despite his current situation, Ramsey says that the notoriety is worth it.
"Of course I wouldn't give [fame] up," he says. "We've only got one shot at life."
Nudity was OK for Adam and Eve, but one Catholic youth group thinks the man upstairs would have a problem with Agnieszka Radwanska baring it all, E! News reports.
The 24-year-old tennis player from Poland got naked for the "Body Issue" of ESPN the Magazine. But Krucjata Mlodych (Youth Crusade), the religious organization she's campaigned for in the past, dropped her last week for what it described as "immoral behavior," per the AFP.
In 2011, Radwanska was part of the group's "I'm not ashamed of Jesus" commercial. In the clip, the Wimbledon semifinalist stands in front of tennis balls that spell out "Jezus" (Jesus) and urges other Polish people to embrace their Christian faith.