POP superstar George Michael’s cause of death remains a mystery after UK police announced a post-mortem examination of his body returned inconclusive results.

Michael, 53, was found dead at his Oxfordshire home on Christmas Day. At the time, police said his death was not suspicious.

The investigation into his death continues, with toxicology reports expected in the next few weeks.

In a statement, police said Michael’s death is still being treated as not suspicious.

Michael’s partner Fadi Fawaz recently claimed his Twitter account was hacked after several statuses that said the singer had taken his own life were posted.

His death has been followed by intense speculation and reports that he was struggling with drug addiction following a bout of pneumonia in 2011 that damaged his lungs.

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