Betty White suffered a stroke 6 times before her death, according to the Los Angeles County coroner, which recognized that celebration as the trigger of the beloved Tv actress’s dying on New Year’s Eve.
The “Golden Girls” star, whose lawful title was Betty Marion Ludden, died from a “cerebrovascular incident,” in accordance to her dying certificate, acquired Monday and posted on the internet by TMZ. The certificate was issued by the Los Angeles County Section of Medical Examiner-Coroner.
Representatives for the coroner did not straight away answer to The Times’ request for confirmation.
A cerebrovascular accident, also regarded as a stroke, affects blood vessels and blood flow to the mind and can result in tissue destruction if not caught promptly.
The Emmy-profitable tv pioneer was 99 when she died at home in Brentwood on Dec. 31 — less than 3 weeks in advance of her 100th birthday, which would have fallen on Jan. 17.
The star-studded documentary “Betty White: A Celebration” was initially planned as a celebration of the wisecracking star’s centennial birthday. The movie will open in theaters as planned, but the project — beforehand acknowledged as “Betty White: 100 Years Younger — A Birthday Celebration” — has undergone a title modify pursuing her death.