Former Los Angeles Clippers player Rasual Butler was said to have numerous drugs and alcohol in his system when he and his wife were killed in a high-speed crash in California.
An autopsy from the Los Angeles County' coroner's office revealed that the 38-year-old had weed, alcohol, painkillers and methamphetamine in his system when he was killed in the January 31 accident.
Toxicology test also revealed that he had a blood alcohol level of .118, according to KTLA.
Rasual Butler had weed, alcohol, painkillers and methamphetamine in his system when he was killed - along with his wife Leah LaBelle - in the January 31 accident in Los Angeles County
An empty box of Don Julio tequila was found inside his Range Rover, behind the passenger seat.
Butler had been driving on the 112000 block of Ventura Boulevard around 2.30am when the SUV jumped