The drug-related death of Bobby Brown Jr. has caught the attention of authorities.
TMZ reports that police quietly opened up a criminal investigation last November when Bobby Brown's son was found dead at home.
On March 22, an autopsy showed that Bobby Jr. died from a toxic combination of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl. His death was listed as accidental. Police, TMZ said, felt that narcotics were involved from the beginning, particularly having spoken to several people who were around the 28-year-old before his death.
According to reports, there were no drugs or paraphernalia found at the scene when the body was recovered.
The case — along with any potential indictments — is now in the hands of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. There is a chance that criminal charges could be filed against those involved in supplying narcotics to Bobby Jr. No arrests have been made yet.
The death is another terrible incident involving the Brown family. In 2012, Bobby's ex-wife, Whitney Houston, was found dead in a bathtub at a Beverly Hills hotel. Cocaine was listed as a factor in the drowning death. Then, in 2015, Bobbi Kristina Brown, his lone child with Whitney, was found facedown in a bathtub at her home. In July 2015, Bobbi was pulled off of life support. An autopsy showed that she had cocaine and alcohol in her system.