No sign of a criminal found in Avicii’s death
On April 21st, the world music lovers were shocked by the Swedish DJ Avicii’s sudden death at age 28. His body was found at a hotel in Muscat, Oman on the afternoon of April 20. He was seen hanging out on a yacht with friends looking happy and healthy the day before.
Recently, police in Oman have come to conclusion of their investigation, answered questions about the cause of the death of the renown DJ. Police said the scene of Avicii's death showed no signs of breaking into and committing criminals against him.
Avicii's death was not the result of any criminal activity or foul play... according to cops in Oman.
However, the police have not yet added any conclusions about the cause of Avicii's death, except for the possibility of the murder which has been excluded.
Autopsies were performed on the DJ both Friday and Saturday and led to the conclusion that "there is no criminal suspicion in the death"... according to a law enforcement source for the Agence France-Presse. His brother David Bergling is currently in Oman searching for answers on how Avicii died.
He also happily took photos with fans in a resort a week ago.
Avicii has had many health problems for the last few years due to the abuse of alcohol. He had to have an emergency appendectomy and gallbladder removal in 2014 and struggled with pancreatitis. The DJ had to postpone all shows for a long time to rest and heal at his hometown. His sudden death made the fans really shocked. Many of them do not dare to believe in this disheartening truth and they have constantly paid tribute to him on the social network.
Other famous DJs like Martin Garrix, Zedd, Alan Walker and Calvin Harris shared their grief over the death of their colleague. The Swedish star, whose real name was Tim Bergling, scored two UK number one singles and had collaborated with artists including Madonna and Coldplay.
Avicii was best known for his blockbuster singles Wake Me Up, Hey Brother and Levels. He was considered a pioneer of contemporary electronic dance music and a rare DJ capable of a worldwide arena tour. He won two MTV Music Awards, one Billboard Music Award and earned two Grammy nominations.
His death comes just days after he was nominated for a Billboard Music Award for top dance/electronic album for his EP Avicii (01).
By: Christina Baker