Ed Winter, Coroner to the Stars, has died at the age of 73


Ed Winter

The coroner of the stars died at the age of 73

Ed WinterThe LA County Deputy Coroner who handled the deaths/investigations of some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities has died … TMZ has learned.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Winter died of natural causes on Friday at his home in the LA area.

Winter includes the events that happened in front of the cameras Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Brittany Murphy, Paul Walker, Tom Petty and Corey Haim.

Perhaps the most notable case was the case of Michael Jackson death. Winter was immediately concerned when he saw the shocking number of injection points on Jackson’s body. He was at UCLA Medical Center, where Jackson was taken, and saw Dr. Conrad Murray leave the facility shortly after he was pronounced dead. Winter said he ran away. Murray would have signed Jackson’s death certificate, but Winter did.

Winter later said that Jackson had enough Propofol “to put down a rhinoceros or an elephant.”


But Winter knew there was more to the story and focused on it Dr. Arnold Klein, Jackson’s dermatologist fed him large doses of Demerol almost every day. He tried to obtain Klein’s medical records and eventually discovered that Jackson had 19 aliases to buy drugs and was Klein’s main assistant.

Whitney Houston’s death before Clive Davis‘s pre-Grammy party in 2012 was also a defining moment in her career. Winter had become such a staple on television that she was well known. After Whitney’s body was discovered, her family gathered near her hotel room. Someone introduced a family member to Winter, and the woman said, “I know who Ed Winter is.” It was a woman Dionne Warwick.

On the first working day of winter, he was assigned to a famous case – death. Lana Clarksonin the hands of a music icon Phil SpectorWho was it has been convicted from killing him.

Paul Walker is terrible death It was another high-profile case that Winter handled. He went on television to explain what happened in the car accident … “He died instantly,” Winter told reporters, despite reports that the actor was screaming for help.

It was the winter of ’73. RIP

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