In December, it was reported that actor and director Forest Whitaker (62) lost his ex-wife, actress Keisha Nash. She only lived to be 51 years old, Deadline reported.
Whitaker and Nash's daughter, True Whitaker, 25, confirmed the death in an Instagram story.
Now the cause of death has become clear.
Nash died of liver failure as a result of alcohol abuse. He writes TMZ.
The death certificate obtained by the website stated that she suffered from the disease for years before she died from it. The certificate also indicates that she suffered acute kidney failure.
Whittaker and Nash met on the set of Blown Away in 1994. He proposed the following year and they married in 1996 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. In addition to True, they also had another daughter, Sonette Noel (27).
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