Report: Leah LaBelle’s Husband Was High At The Time Of Fatal Crash

Published: Friday 1st Jun 2018 by David

The autopsy report carried out on the late musician Leah Labelle and her husband Rasual Rutler has determined the latter was intoxicated at the time of their car crash.

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The Count reports that Rutler, an athlete, had drugs and alcohol in his system when the car he was driving crashed with Leah in it earlier this year…ending both of their lives.

Unfortunately, the report, carried out by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, revealed he had multiple intoxicants in his system at the time of the accident including marijuana, methamphetamine and painkillers and had a blood alcohol level of 118.

The nationwide limit is 80mg.


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  1. Section8DaGreat June 1, 2018


    • Stars Are Blind 98 June 1, 2018

      Say it again.

    • SMH June 1, 2018

      More like DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE PEOPLE. Alcohol kills & has killed more people than weed ever has or will, hence his blood alcohol level.

    • Jasmine (The Real Jasmine) June 1, 2018

      I drive while on weed and never had any issues. I have a prescription for it. Now alcohol is the problem not weed.

    • F* that P*** RKELS June 1, 2018

      Please go take a few puffs and come back with some better sense….

      • Section8DaGreat June 1, 2018


      • Jasmine (The Real Jasmine) June 1, 2018

        Just lighten up and enjoy some. I have a prescription and it is legal here in CA for recreational use.

  2. Angelkeys June 1, 2018

    I’m sorry but I had such a strong feeling he was to blame! That’s so fu#ked up!! Poor girl.

    • Jasmine (The Real Jasmine) June 1, 2018

      They are both to blame. Adults have a moral and legal responsibility to get an uber or taxi when they are under the influence. They endangered their lives and other drivers for being under the influence. I highly doubt she was sober and if she was then she had a moral and legal duty to be the driver or use her phone to order an uber.

      • Roland June 1, 2018

        Look whos talking about moral and legal responsibilities. Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal, just like driving while intoxicated. Yes its legal to smoke it but not while driving .Better read up on the laws.

      • Jasmine (The Real Jasmine) June 1, 2018

        Roland I am well aware of the laws. Do not compare alohol DUI to a weed DUI because they are not synonymous. With weed there is a very big grey area when it comes to charges and litigation. You can certainly drive while high in CA if one of the following two conditions are met:
        1. You used marijuana, but you were no longer high when you drove;
        2. Your mental and physical abilities weren’t significantly impaired;

        Perhaps you should loosen up, learn how to drive while high (its easy), and have some fun:

  3. IG @ mixedboy June 1, 2018

    Don’t blame the WEED!

    • iamdiego June 1, 2018

      I agree… this is just an unfortunate situation.

    • Stars Are Blind 98 June 2, 2018

      Why not? When will people accept that drugs (weed included) affects everyone differently.

  4. Tom Johnson June 1, 2018

    Rasul Butler

  5. YISI June 1, 2018

    People need to understand that weed only slows down your reaction time and sensory, not completely jumble them like alcohol does.
    I know pot heads who can pick you up,take you around,go back to your house, smoke you out,leave stop at a restaurant for munchies, and get home safely. Albeit, a little slower than normal.
    I’ve seen all too well what prescription drugs mixed with alcohol can do. Alcohol alone can impair you driving abilities,mixed with prescriptions and depending on the person and you may have a possible death on your hands. Not to mention alcohol and prescription drugs can both damage your liver and kidneys simultaneously.
    It’s unfortunate he nor she thought to take a taxi or Uber home that night. May they both rest in peace and may their story help someone think about the consequences driving impaired can have.

  6. music June 2, 2018

    She was too. The report actually stated that she was more intoxicated than he was. It’s an unfortunate situation, but I feel like the media is trying to put all the blame on him. Yes, he was driving, but she also got into the car with him(by choice), knowing that he was intoxicated.

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