Cranberries Singer Died of Apparent Fentanyl Overdose

In yet another casualty of the opioid crisis, it has been determined that Dolores O’Riordan, lead vocalist of Irish band The Cranberries, died from a deliberate fentanyl overdose. According to officials, an official toxicology report has yet to be released, the singer was found with dozens of counterfeit fentanyl patches in her bedroom. O’Riordan had previously overdosed on the painkiller in 2013 in another deliberate suicide attempt. She revealed in 2017 that she had been struggling with bipolar and depression.

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