The results of Michael Jackson‘s post-mortem are set to be concealed until the Los Angeles Police Department‘s probe into his death is over, it has been revealed.
Toxicology tests – which are expected to show that the late singer was on medication – have been completed, reports BBC News.
However, coroner Ed Winter has declined to say exactly when they will become public knowledge.
Jackson‘s doctor, Dr Conrad Murray, who was with the singer when he died, is the subject of a manslaughter investigation with regards to the cause of the death.
Police raided his Los Angeles home last month to seize medication and hard drives.