The autopsy ``revealed subtle findings in the heart and intestines,'' Perper said, without explaining what those findings were. There were no signs of physical injuries, such as blunt-force trauma or asphyxiation, which can be excluded as reasons for her death, he said.
Perper still has to review Smith's medical records after noting she had been suffering from the stomach flu for several days before her death. Tests could take three to five weeks, he said.
No illegal drugs were found in Smith's hotel room, Chief Charlie Tiger of the Seminole Police Department, which is investigating her death, said during the news conference.
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