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The New Wonder Woman Looks Exactly Like Xena: Warrior Princess

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Listen to Hilary Duff's Comeback Single

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You Can Now Create Your Own Emojis

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The New The Hunger Games Trailer is Beyond Intense

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Megan Fox Says a Lot of Girl Power Was Cut From Ninja Turtles

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Big 'Game of Thrones' News at Comic Con AND Best Blooper Reel Ever

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Brace Yourself GOT Fans: Game of Thrones Emojis Are Coming!

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Christian Louboutin Launches a Nail Polish for $50 a Bottle

Shoe designer, Christian Louboutin, announced earlier this week that he is releasing an eponymous nail polish line. While nail varnish isn’t exactly foreign territory for the designer—after all, it was only after he took some red nail polish from his assistant and painted the sole of a shoe red that a legend was born—beauty junkies are going to have to shell out $50 per bottle. The full collection will launch on August 31 and include 30 shades across three categories: pops, nudes, and noirs. But if you absolutely can’t wait the four weeks to get your hands on a bottle, you can get his signature Rouge Louboutin right now at saks.com. While $50 feels like a lot to spend on a polish, rest assured, the bottle is as exquisite as his footwear.

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Duo Turns Tables on Sexist 'Bro Country' Stereotypes in Hilarious Video

"Can I put on some real clothes now?"
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Americans Want More Women in Government

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UVA Students Watch Game of Thrones For a Grade

College is coming.
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Chris Pratt Should Probably Become a Hair Stylist Right Now

He French braids.
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This Daddy-Daughter Dance-Off Will Make Your Day

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Watch the Official Fifty Shades of Grey Trailer

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Lena Dunham Started an Epic Discussion About Birth Control

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Well, Here's a Horrible Consequence of Waxing

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Peaches Geldof Did Die of a Drugs Overdose

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Peaches Geldof's death was drugs-related, a coroner's inquest has confirmed.

The 25-year-old writer and TV presenter was found dead on Monday, April 7 at her home in Kent. The inquest, which was adjourned following a preliminary hearing in May, resumed today (July 23) at Gravesend Coroner's Office.

Pathologist Peter Jerreat stated that toxicology tests showed evidence of codeine, morphine and methadone in Geldof's blood.

The methadone had been synthesized from heroin, the levels of which Jerreat said were at a "fatal range." Puncture wounds were also found on Geldof's wrists and thumbs.

Detective Chief Inspector Paul Fotheringham told the hearing that recent heroin use "was likely to have played a role" in Geldof's passing.

"Someone who stops or ceases to use heroin, then resumes, is less able to tolerate the levels they previously had," said coroner Roger Hatch.

Adding that it was clear Geldof had been taking heroin from the evidence found at the house, Hatch told the inquest that her death will be recorded as "drugs-related."

"It has been said this is a case of history repeating itself. But this is not entirely so," the coroner continued, in reference to the death of Geldof's mother Paula Yates.

Noting Geldof's attempts to rehabilitate herself and end her dependency on drugs, Hatch expressed his sympathies to the mother-of-two's family.

"When considering all of the above information, I, as the Senior Investigating Officer, conclude that Peaches Geldof-Cohen died of a heroin overdose," read a police report from DCI Fotheringham issued immediately after the inquest.

"From known contact between Peaches and her family and friends her death occurred at or after 8 p.m. on the evening of Sunday, April 6, 2014, and from evidence available she was at her home address alone with her son Phaedra.

"There is no indication that any other third party was present or involved in her death, and there is no indication that Peaches intended to take her own life or harm herself in any way as she was reported to be of happy disposition and planning for the future with friends and family."

Geldof's husband Tom Cohen — who discovered her body — also gave evidence to the inquest, confirming that he found her in the spare bedroom of their family home, which they both used when their children were sleeping.

The musician, who had been at his parents' house in south-east London, stated that he had no concerns about Geldof's wellbeing upon speaking to her for the last time, at around 5:40 p.m. on the evening of Sunday, April 6. He returned to their home to check up on her after unsuccessful attempts to contact her on the morning of Monday, April 7.

Cohen told the hearing that his wife had been seeking treatment for a drug dependency in the two years prior to her death, adding that according to Geldof, all her weekly drug tests had been clear.

When asked by the coroner if he now believed she could have been lying about the results of those tests, Cohen said: "Yes."

DCI Fotheringham's written report noted that Geldof "had been supported by drug treatment workers for two and a half years" and was prescribed methadone.

She had "indicated [a] desire to come off methadone completely, and was following a plan to reduce the level of methadone she was taking", he added. "A drugs test in November indicated that she was not taking any illicit drug."

Cohen continued by adding that he was unaware there had been any drugs in their home until they were found by police following the discovery of Geldof's body.

He told the hearing that he believed Geldof had stored drugs in the loft, and added that he found text messages in February that made him suspect she had been taking heroin again.

A bag containing 6.9g of heroin was found at the house, police confirmed to the inquest, along with further drugs paraphernalia including 27 bottles of methadone.

DCI Fotheringham further told the hearing that the purity of the heroin found in the house was of "high-grade" at around 61%, with a street value in the range of £350-£500 ($597.74-$853.91).

A police investigation into the supply of the drugs continues.

DCI Fotheringham added that no-one who had spoken to Geldof in the weekend prior to her death had any concern over her welfare.

Her last known contact with anyone is believed to have taken place at 7:45 p.m. on the evening of Sunday, April 6, when she is thought to have called a friend.

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Janet Mock is Joining Marie Claire

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Drop Everything: Project Runway is Coming Back

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This Tiny Device Can Tell If There Are Date Rape Drugs in Your Drink

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It's about the size of a stick of gum.
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