Drug and alcohol mixture caused the death of Claudia Ochoa Felix, no foul play

Latin America World

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus Sinaloa Press

Culiacán, Sin.- The State Attorney General’s Office clarified that Claudia Ochoa Felix, aka ‘La Emperatriz de Los Ántrax’ [‘The Empress of the Anthrax’]  was not murdered as initially speculated, but  died from the intake of substances she mixed with alcohol.

The necropsy performed after moving her body to SEMEFO determined that she died of suffocation from bronchoaspiration, derived from the intake of substances.
Attorney General Juan José Ríos Estavillo, informed that the person who accompanied her was the one who provided the necessary information to the Public Ministry to expedite the process and so perceived  responsibility. [Boyfriend said they were drinking whiskey and doing drugs]

He also clarified that there was no investigation against Claudia for the carrying of firearms, with which she appeared on social networks.
It was in 2014 when her popularity became international because of her photographs on social media, where he appeared with weapons and luxuries, that is how she earned the nickname ‘The Empress of Anthrax’.