Peaches Geldof ‘died from a heroin overdose’ according to reports

An inquest later today will find the presenter's cause of death.


by Laurence Mozafari |
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Various national outlets are reporting that Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose and that this will be revealed during today’s inquest.

An inquest happening later today in Gravesend will reveal the cause of the her death. Until now the cause had remained unknown, with her post mortem results proving inconclusive.

  • The Times* newspaper’s front page claims that Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose, which would tragically mirror the demise of her mother, Paula Yates, who died of an accidental overdose at 41.

The model and TV presenter was found dead at with her 11-month old son, Phaedra by her side, at her home in Wrotham, Kent on April 7.

Police initially reported that her death was "non-suspicious and unexplained", and found no evidence of drug paraphernalia when searching her home. The Times claims that these might have been removed before the property was searched.

Peaches reportedly suffered an overdose in 2008, from which she had to be revived. However, these latest rumours have yet to be 100% confirmed.


Peaches Geldof 'died from a heroin overdose' according to reports

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Peaches was born in 1989. Pictured here with her dad, Bob, and her sisters.

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Peaches was raised by Bob, after her mother Paula tragically died in 2000

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In 2004, Peaches started writing a column for Elle magazine

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Peaches wrote and presented Peaches Geldof: Teenage Mind in 2005

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In 2006, she was number seven in Tatler's Top Ten Fashion Icons

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Peaches made her catwalk debut modelling at London Fashion Week in 2007

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In 2008, she made a reality show with MTV and founded a youth orientated magazine

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Her modelling career went skywards and Peaches signed a six-figure deal with Ultimo in 2009

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In 2011, pictured with Thomas Cohen, who she married the next year

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Pictured here, in 2013, with her first son, Astala

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Peaches, in 2014, with Astala, and youngest son, Phaedra

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