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Now We Know What Killed “Will & Grace” Star


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Actor Leslie Jordan best known for his role in the hit show “Will and Grace” died in a car crash back on October 24th.

Shortly after he was pronounced dead an investigation was pursued to see what caused him to crash.

Now after a long 3 months, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office has declared Jordan died of “sudden cardiac dysfunction and arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease.”

The coroner also reported some of Leslie Jordan’s arteries were blocked as much as 80% at the time of his crash.

Trending Politics had more details to add:

The cause of death for Leslie Jordan, the actor known for his role in “Will and Grace,” was announced by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office three months after he was found without a pulse in his crashed car. The actor was 67.

The Coroner’s Office revealed that Jordan passed away from “sudden cardiac dysfunction and arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease” on October 24th.

According to the coroner’s report, the cause of death was arteriosclerosis, a condition commonly referred to as hardening of the arteries, as stated by Mayo Clinic. The outlet also noted that one of the star’s arteries was 50% blocked and another was 80% blocked.

The Daily Wire got the scoop too:

“Will and Grace” star Leslie Jordan’s cause of death has finally been revealed three months after news broke that the actor was found without a pulse inside his crashed car. He was 67.

The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office announced on Thursday that Jordan suffered a “sudden cardiac dysfunction and arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease” on October 24, Yahoo Entertainment reported.

The coroner’s report went on to state that it was brought on by arteriosclerosis, “a condition commonly called hardening of the arteries,” according to Mayo Clinic. One of the star’s arteries was 50% blocked while another was 80% blocked, the outlet noted.



 

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