Michael Jackson's final autopsy reports are likely to take up to six weeks. The chief coroner investigating his death has informed the media on these details.
The cops have seized vials of prescription drugs from the King Of Pop's rented house in Los Angeles as part of their ongoing investigation.
The coroner officials have not found any evidence of foul play in Jackson's death.
They are taking extra time to complete toxicology, neuropathology and pulmonary tests before determining the exact cause.
"The cause of death has been deferred, which means that the medical examiner has ordered additional testing, such as toxicology and other studies, and those tests we anticipate will take approximately four to six weeks to complete," Contactmusic quoted Chief coroner and investigator Craig Harvey as saying.
"At that time, once those test results have been completed, we anticipate being able to close the case and issue a final cause of death.
"There was no indication of any external trauma and no indication of foul play on the body Mr. Michael Jackson," he added.