Trans-Siberian Orchestra Leader Paul O'Neill Died from an Accidental Drug Overdose, ​Coroner Rules

Trans-Siberian Orchestra Leader Paul O'Neill Died from an Accidental Drug Overdose, ​Coroner Rules
Trans-Siberian Orchestra leader Paul O'Neill passed away earlier this year at the age of 61, and now a coroner's report has revealed the musician's cause of death.
 
According to a Florida medical examiner, O'Neill died from an accidental drug overdose. In a report released today (May 30), it was revealed that methadone, codeine, diazepam and an antihistamine were found in the musician's system at the time of his death.
 
The coroner's report officially lists the cause of death as intoxication, and the manner of death as drug abuse.
 
O'Neill was initially found dead in his hotel room at an Embassy Suites in Tampa on April 5.