The autopsy of a 35-year-old woman discovered lifeless on the night of Saturday to Sunday in Haute-Saône, the body covered with bruises, concluded in a natural death, announced Monday, September 7 the prosecutor of Vesoul.
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The probably natural cause of death results from an extremely degraded state of health and a very high alcohol consumption
", declared the public prosecutor of Vesoul, Emmanuel Dupic, during a press conference.
According to the autopsy carried out on Monday, "
no lesions were visible on the victim who suffered from asthma, a liver problem and a blood problem quickly leading to marks on her body when she fell or bumped herself
", he clarified.
The body of this 35-year-old woman, unemployed, was discovered lifeless by the emergency services and the gendarmerie in her apartment in Faverney (Haute-Saône), after a very alcoholic evening.
A 60-year-old man who was with her had sounded the alarm by claiming that she had been unwell.
Placed in police custody and finally exonerated, he will be released on Monday, said the prosecutor.