Eva Rausing died of drug abuse, coroner rules
the 48-year-olds body lay undiscovered for 2 months with the couples house in belgravia, central london.
her remains were found with in advanced state of decomposition on 9 july.
deputy coroner shirley radcliffe aforesaid mrs rausing had died currently being a results of cocaine intoxication contributed out to by a heart condition.
the hearing was told mrs rausing had tricuspid valve disease.
delivering her verdict, dr radcliffe aforesaid : mrs rausings death was currently being a result as to the dependent abuse of medicine.
westminster coroners court heard the mother of fours body was discovered within the fly-filled space hidden underneath a pile of bedding by having foil pipe in her hand.
a post-mortem examination found she died on 7 might and toxicology reports showed she had cocaine, opiates and amphetamines in her blood.
she had been fitted by having pacemaker following heart dissection in august 2006, that revealed she had suffered a non-survivable heart rhythm upon the day she died.
her 49-year-old husband was arrested in wandsworth on 9 july when he was seen driving erratically.
when officers stopped his car, these found a pile of post addressed out to mrs rausing and drug paraphernalia.
throughout a search as to the rausings home, these discovered her body within the whole bedroom of the second floor annexe when removing furniture blocking the entrance towards the space and gaffer tape sealing the door.
the inquest heard housekeepers had been told never out to enter that space, and had last seen mrs rausing in late april.
within the statement scan towards the hearing, rausing aforesaid he had been left devastated via the death of his beloved wife.
he explained how he discovered mrs rausing when hearing her slide from the bed whereas he was within the whole bathroom.
she landed sideways and her head was resting on any pillow, he aforesaid.
i tried out to pull her up. i shouted eva, eva, eva.
he aforesaid he might see his wifes eyes dim before covering her body with duvets and bedding.
i couldn't take care of her dying or confront the reality of her death, he aforesaid.
rausing aforesaid that in hindsight, he had not acted rationally by hiding his wifes body.
he denied giving his wife medicine and aforesaid the couple would get cocaine separately.
det insp sharon marman, who led the investigation into mrs rausings death, aforesaid the silver foil found in mrs rausings hand had been rolled up currently being a pipe with wire wool within, indicating it had been used for smoking cocaine.
she aforesaid an investigation notice out'>to discover who had supplied cocaine out to mrs rausing remained unresolved.
the couple had fought a public battle against addiction out to medicine when meeting within the drug rehabilitation centre in 1989 and marrying in 1992.
mrs rausing had been clean for years other then spiralled back into substance abuse when drinking champagne on new years eve in 1999, the hearing was told.
rausing admitted preventing the lawful and decent burial of his wife and received a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for 2 years, at isleworth crown court in august.
he was conjointly given a two-month jail sentence, once more suspended for 2 years, when he admitted a charge of driving whereas unfit through medicine.