Cody Longo Cause of Death Revealed By An Autopsy Report

Longo, 34, passed away on February 7th. Authorities said to PEOPLE that Longo’s death did not occur under suspicious circumstances; TMZ said that they discovered him in bed at a house in Austin, Texas.

The actor’s wife Stephanie Longo paid tribute to her late husband after his passing on February 10 in a statement to PEOPLE. “Cody was everything to us.” She said of the couple’s three young children, “The kids and I are shattered and beyond devastated. He was the best father and father figure. You will always be missed and loved by us.”

Cody Longo Cause of Death

The reason of death for Cody Longo has been made public. The Days of Our Lives star died of “chronic ethanol abuse,” according to an autopsy report that TMZ acquired. The report listed Longo’s cause of death as natural but made note that there were alcohol bottles nearby.

The coroner and Longo’s agent have both been contacted by PEOPLE for comment.

Cody Longo Cause of Death

For eight episodes in 2011, Cody portrayed Nicholas Alamain, Carly Manning’s (Crystal Chappell) son, on Days of Our Lives. Make It or Break It and Nashville are a couple of the other acting credits. He was a singer in addition to an actor, and in 2012, he released “Atmosphere” as his first solo song.

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According to Clarksville Now, Cody entered a guilty plea to a minor assault charge in Colorado in January 2021 over an incident with a 9-year-old child in 2019.

In January 2020, Cody was detained and charged with sex assault on a minor, a class 4 crime, according to court documents the outlet was able to get. (After the plea, the felony charges were dismissed.) According to a police report that the outlet was able to get, he was also detained in November 2020 on a domestic assault accusation after his wife said that he had shoved her in the face with his forearm.

In a statement on the sex assault on a child charge made at the time of Cody’s arrest in November, his attorney Iris Eytan stated, in part, that “the overwhelming evidence unambiguously disproves and refutes the charges in the affidavit.

Additional evidence entirely exonerates him in addition to the proof of innocence provided in the actual, not paraphrased, interviews in the affidavit, according to Clarksville Now.

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