Police have closed their investigation into Whitney Houston's death without finding any evidence to suggest it was anything than an accidental drowning.
The Beverly Hills Police Department did not release a detailed report on the case, but officials said the conclusion came after detectives reviewed the complete findings of the coroner's office.
Coroner's officials ruled Houston drowned accidentally at the Beverly Hilton on Feb. 11 and that heart disease and cocaine use contributed to her death.
Beverly Hills authorities also released a minute-long 911 call made by a hotel worker who summoned police and paramedics to Houston's suite at the hotel.
Her unexpected death at age 48 sparked a renewed interest in her music and movies, sales of which will benefit her only daughter, Bobbi Kristina.