According to TMZ, Deven Davis — wife of KORN singer Jonathan Davis — died from the effects of mixing five drugs, including cocaine and heroin. A coroner's report released Wednesday revealed that other drugs found in her system were clonazepam, also known as Klonopin, a tranquilizer used to prevent and treat seizures and panic disorder; topiramate, an anti-epilepsy drug also used to treat migranes; and fluoxetine, the generic form of the antidepressant Prozac.
Deven Davis died on August 17 at the age of 39. The former girl-on-girl porn star reportedly suffered with sobriety and substance abuse throughout her life.
In a statement released via his social media channels, Jonathan called Deven "an amazing wife, amazing mother and amazing friend" who was suffering from "a very serious mental illness."
In 2016, Jonathan, 47, filed for divorce from Deven (citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason) and requested a domestic violence restraining order against her just a few hours before she was found dead in a Bakersfield, California hotel room.
Jonathan was reportedly granted a temporary order, which prohibited Deven from visiting their two children or having any contact with the family's dog.
In his declaration, Jonathan claimed Deven has struggled with drug abuse for over 20 years.
The singer alleged Deven was addicted to prescription and illegal narcotics and has been around their children while under the influence.
He also claimed his estranged wife was "constantly under the influence of the nitrous oxide, cocaine and Norco." He said she had monthly prescriptions for nearly 200 Norco pills. Jonathan alleged Deven had a drug dealer boyfriend who supplied her with additional narcotics.
Jonathan alleged he found the boyfriend passed out on the sofa in her living room when he brought the children to her house.
He also claimed he found a heroin pipe and cocaine floating in the toilet bowl while Deven was passed out on the floor upstairs.
According to Jonathan, Deven also battled alcohol and a sex and gambling addiction.
Deven was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in 2014, and Jonathan said their children were in the car, according to KGET.
After a drug relapse in July, Deven sought treatment at Bakersfield Behavior Health Center. She moved into a sober living home until she checked out August 10 — a week before her body was discovered in a hotel room at the Extended Stay.
After marrying Jonathan in 2004, Deven and the singer had two kids together, Pirate and Zeppelin. (Jonathan's first son from his previous marriage, Nathan, will turn 23 this fall.)