We have some answers about the passing of Betty White. According to her death certificate, she succumbed to a stroke that she suffered six days before she died. The official cause listed is a cerebrovascular accident, which can be caused by blood clots or broken blood vessels in the brain. That basically means that the 99-year-old suffered a loss of blood flow to part of the brain. Sources close to Betty said that she was alert and coherent after the stroke and died peacefully in her sleep at home.
On the other hand, we still don't have many answers about the passing of Bob Saget. The initial autopsy was completed yesterday, but the results are inconclusive, and pending further investigation, which may take 10 to 12 weeks to complete. The authorities did find some medication, but it was all basic stuff . . . "ibuprofen, antacid, [and] an antihistamine." So it seems like it will be awhile before we know why Bob passed away. We'll keep you up to date when we find out more.