Avicii‘s death has “no criminal suspicion”, according to an Oman police source.
The Swedish star – real name Tim Bergling – was found dead in Muscat yesterday at the age of 28, with no further details given.
According to Sky news, the source claims two post-mortem examinations have been conducted and they ruled out any criminal suspicion.
They told the website: “We absolutely confirmed that there is no criminal suspicion of death.”
His heartbroken brother David Bergling has reportedly landed in Muscat less than 24 after the Avicii’s death, as the family “search for answers”.
According to TMZ, his hotelier brother is said to have checked into a hotel close to the Muscat Hills resort, where Avicii had been staying a week before his passing.
David is believed to have arrived there hours after the DJ’s shocking death was announced.
The website states that David is hoping to find out what happened to his little brother.
While no more details about Avicii’s passing have been given, he had previously been open about his health issues.
He had suffered acute pancreatitis, in part due to excessive drinking, and went on to have his gallbladder and appendix removed.
The star then shocked fans in 2016 when he announced he would be retiring from touring for the sake of his wellbeing.
However, he later returned to music and one of his most recent singles was a collaboration with Rita Ora called “Lonely Together.”
Rita was among the stars who paid tribute to the DJ after his death was confirmed yesterday.
Other stars to mourn his loss include his close friend Nile Rodgers, Calvin Harris and pop star Dua Lipa.
Today hundred of fans gathered in Stockholm for a memorial dance party for the DJ.
Since the announcement, pictures of the star posing with fans have emerged, with him looking happy and relaxed in the days leading up to his death.
In a statement confirming his death, his rep said: “It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii.
“He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th.
“The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time.
“No further statements will be given.”
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