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BY FLORA LYIMO ~ BREAKING NEWS...MTOTO AFA KWA MADAWA YA KULEVYA KAMA MAMA YAKE''JAMANI MSIOWE MTU AU KUOLEWA NA MTU SABABU YA HELA AU UMAARUFU ALIO NAO..HUYU MWANAMME ALIE MUOWA PEACHE'S WAS ONLY AFTER HER MONEY AND UMAARAFU'' HE SHOULD OF KNOWING MKE WAKE ALIKUWA ON HEROIN''


Paula Yates died of an accidental heroin overdose when Peaches was a younggirlThe results of Peaches Geldof's toxicology report is expected to be announced today by detectives
Heroin was said to have played a role in the death of Peaches Geldof, an inquest has heard. Peaches' mother Paula Yates died from an accidental overdose in 2000, aged 41''
A criminal investigation has been launched into the death of Peaches Geldof as it was revealed she died after taking heroin.
Police yesterday said they want to know who supplied the 25-year-old journalist and TV personality with the drug.
There are also serious questions over why there was no drug-taking paraphernalia in her home by the time authorities arrived.
DCI Paul Fotheringham confirmed the drug 'contributed' to her death during a short statement as the inquest into the mother-of-two's death opened
DCI Paul Fotheringham confirmed the drug 'contributed' to her death during a short statement as the inquest into the mother-of-two's death opened''
Detectives could now question her husband, musician Thomas Cohen, who was the first person to find her body before raising the alarm, saying he could not revive her.
The investigation was begun as the opening of an inquest into the death yesterday confirmed that Peaches had died after taking a potentially lethal hit of heroin while in sole charge of her baby son Phaedra.
The brief hearing was told how Mr Cohen screamed as he returned home to find his wife slumped across her bed, with one leg dangling off the side.The incident has tragic similarities to the death of Peaches’ mother Paula Yates, who died from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000, aged 41.
She was discovered alone with her young daughter Tiger Lily, then four.
The full inquest is set to begin on July 23 after beginning today at Gravesend Coroners CourtThe senior officer said she was in contact with friends in the days before her death and that there was no 'cause for concern'
The senior officer from Kent POlice told the hearing at Gravesend Coroners Court  the model was in contact with friends in the days before her death and  there was no 'cause for concern'
Coroner Roger Hatch adjourned Ms Geldof's inquest until July 23
Coroner Roger Hatch adjourned Ms Geldof's inquest until July 23
On the day of her death, Peaches had posted a picture of herself as a young girl with her late mother – although she was said to have been her ‘normal self’ before the incident.
Kent Police detective chief inspector Paul Fotheringham told the inquest she had been making ‘plans for the future’, but that ‘recent use of heroin and the levels identified were likely to have played a role in her death’.
After Peaches was found on Monday, April 7, police said the death was unexplained but ruled out any suggestion of third party involvement.
However, because no drug  paraphernalia was found at the scene, there are now questions over who supplied the heroin and whether there was a clear-up before authorities arrived. Last night, Kent Police declined to comment on whether Mr Cohen, former singer with  the band S.C.U.M., had been or would be questioned, and would not elaborate on details of  the investigation.
They added that no one had yet been arrested or interviewed under caution over the death.
A spokesman confirmed, however, that the force was probing the supply of the drugs likely to have killed Peaches.
Peaches’s family did not attend yesterday’s ten-minute hearing, with the full inquest expected to begin in late July.
Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose it is expected to be announced today.  In a tragic case of history repeating itself, Peaches' own mother Paula Yates died from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000, aged 41
Peaches is said to have posted this picture of her as a child with her mother Paula hours before she was found'' Mama na Mwana ikiwa Mbinguni kuna kukutana ,basi wapo pamoja tena kama hivi ''
Motherhood: Her youngest son Phaedra, who turned one on April 24, was believed to have been in the home with Peaches when she died
Motherhood: Her youngest son Phaedra, who turned one on April 24, was believed to have been in the home with Peaches when she died''
DCI Paul Fotheringham told a hearing at Gravesend Coroner's Court in Kent that heroin 'contributed' to her death
DCI Paul Fotheringham told a hearing at Gravesend Coroner's Court in Kent that heroin 'contributed' to her death'
Gravesend Old Town Hall heard details of the moment the mother of two was discovered dead at the home she shared with Mr Cohen and their sons, Astala, 23 months, and 11-month-old Phaedra in Wrotham, Kent. Mr Cohen, 23, had left his wife alone at the £1million property four days beforehand to spend the weekend at his parents’ home in south-east London.
It was said to be a regular arrangement that allowed the couple to focus on their work. While she was in the house, Peaches remained in constant contact with family and friends and was making plans for the future, said Mr Fotheringham.
At 5pm the night before the tragedy, Mr Cohen’s father Keith took Phaedra back to Wrotham and spent half an hour with Peaches before leaving.
The last contact with her is thought to have been at 7.45pm that evening, when she had a  telephone conversation with a friend. ‘All of the friends and family who had contact with Peaches during this period described how she seemed her normal self and was making plans for the future, including a family outing for her sons for the following weekend,’ Mr Fotheringham added. ‘There was no cause for concern.’
Police officers attend the home of Peaches Geldof in Wrotham, Kent, shortly after she was found dead earlier this month
Police officers attend the home of Peaches Geldof in Wrotham, Kent, shortly after she was found dead earlier this month''
The following morning, Mr Cohen could not get hold of his wife and decided to return home with his mother, Sue, and his other son, Astala, at about 1.30pm. After discovering his wife’s body, he screamed out to his mother and rushed to find his baby son before calling 999 five minutes later.
Mr Fotheringham added: ‘Thomas entered the property and went upstairs thinking that Peaches may have been sleeping.
‘Thomas then located Peaches in a spare bedroom and it was obvious to him that she was deceased.  She was located on the edge of a bed with one leg hanging down to the floor with the other leg tucked underneath her; she was slumped forward across the bed.’
Police and paramedics arrived and confirmed she had died.


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