The cause of death of Princess Beatrice’s ex-boyfriend Paolo Liuzzo revealed

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It hasn’t even been four months yet Princess BeatriceHis ex-boyfriend was found dead in a Miami hotel room, and now we know what killed him. Paolo Liuzzo died of an overdose after consuming a toxic mix of deadly drugs including fentanyl, cocaine, ketamine and the street drug bromazolam (a synthetic benzo), RadarOnline.com has learned.

As this outlet reported, Liuzzo’s body was discovered by hotel staff at the CitizenM Miami Worldcenter on February 7, but news of his shocking death did not hit the news until April.

The Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner’s Office determined his death was caused by acute combined drug toxicity, according to the autopsy report obtained by Daily email.

“Police seized extensive drug paraphernalia at the scene,” the investigative report said, which revealed that his mother told police her son “was known to use drugs, but it was unknown what he was using.”

Liuzzo’s remains were transported to Long Island, New York, for the funeral held a week later. He was 41 years old.

Liuzzo dated Princess Beatrice, 35, from 2005 to 2006, when he was 24 and she was 17. Their love story attracted attention when his dark past came to light.

Before their romance, he had been charged with the manslaughter of a student at the College of the Holy Cross after the pair became embroiled in a booze-fueled boxing match.

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Liuzzo’s lawyers faced charges of assault and battery, and the judge gave him 100 hours of community service. When the world discovered his romance with Princess Beatrice, Liuzzo was extradited to the US for violating his three-year probation.

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The forced move ended his relationship with the member of the royal family.

During their short-lived relationship, Princess Beatrice’s mother, Sarah Ferguson, expressed her support for the couple.

“We all have our own journey and have to learn our way, but Beatrice is a sensible girl, soon to be 18, with many friends, including Paolo,” she said in a statement at the time.

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