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George Michael: Post-mortem results 'inconclusive'

Police say more tests are required.

POLICE IN ENGLAND have said that more tests need to be carried out to establish the cause of George Michael’s death.

Results of an initial post-mortem exam, carried out yesterday, were deemed inconclusive.

In a statement today, investigating officers from Thames Valley Police said the singer’s death is being treated as ”unexplained but not suspicious”.

They believe further results will not be available for a number of weeks. A file is being prepared for the local coroner.

The 53-year-old was found dead at his Goring-on-Thames home in Oxfordshire on Christmas Day.

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