Mica Miller’s cause of death REVEALED: Toxicology report debunks claims she was drugged by pastor husband

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Mica Miller‘s cause of death has been confirmed as a suicide officially … as a toxicology report dismisses claims that her estranged husband could have drugged her before her death.

WHAT HAPPENED?

Mica, 30, whose husband pastored Solid Rock Church in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, was found dead in Lumber River State Park over the state border in North Carolina on April 27.

Her death came days after she had served John-Paul Miller, 45 – known as ‘JP’ – with divorce papers.

Her death left those closest to her in shock and her family launched a Justice for Mica campaign in the days that followed, claiming that she was pushed to kill herself by Miller’s actions.

WHAT PEOPLE THINK

Regina Ward, Mica’s divorce attorney, previously claimed that JP had been prescribed lithium before Mica died and alleged, he could have given this to his wife to subdue her.

The attorney also claimed he could have controlled Mica while she was in this supposed state, telling he was a ‘narcissist’ who ‘projected his personal diagnosis’.

WHAT TOXICOLOGY REPORT REVEALS

But the toxicology report has now dismissed this theory, as it reports that at the time off her death she had no drugs or alcohol in her system.

A postmortem conducted by North Carolina Medical Examiner Dr. Jennifer Altman shows that Mica shot herself in the right temple, with an exit wound present on the left side of her head.

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It described the wound having gunpowder residue around the edges on the right, as well as a ‘muzzle imprint’ on the entrance.

WHERE SHE WAS FOUND

Mica’s body was found by a kayaker in the Lumber River at 4.23pm, 90 minutes after she had made a 911 call informing authorities she was about to kill herself.

She told the dispatcher that she wanted her family to be able to find her. Cops dispatched a drone to the area 39 minutes after the conversation.

Robeson County Sheriff’s Department found two spent casings and one live round on the bank of the river, around 100 feet from Mica’s body.

They removed her body in a boat, and noted that she had dirt and debris on her hands and clothing.

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