Paul Cattermole was killed by a combination of heart-related issues.
The official cause of death of the late S Club 7 singer – who died aged 46 on 6 April at his dwelling in Dorset, south west England – was revealed on his death certificates.
Obtained by People, the doc lists the cause as cardiac arrhythmia, acute myocardial ischemia and extreme coronary artery atheroma and intraplaque haemorrhage.
A spokesperson for the Dorset Coroner’s Service had beforehand instructed People Paul’s death was as a result of “natural causes”.
An arrhythmia is an issue with the speed or rhythm of an individual’s heartbeat, which makes it troublesome to successfully pump blood to different elements of the physique, whereas myocardial ischemia is when lowered blood movement to a sufferer’s coronary heart retains the center from getting sufficient oxygen, impeding its capacity to correctly pump blood.
It usually occurs when arteries are blocked.
Intraplaque haemorrhage is a typical characteristic of when plaque builds up within the blood and causes arteries to slim.
People stated: “The coroner’s spokesperson (said) that investigations into Cattermole’s death had concluded and that there would be no Inquest considering he died of natural causes.”
Paul’s death was introduced on 7 April by S Club 7, who Paul was on the brink of be a part of for his or her twenty fifth anniversary reunion tour in October.
It has been renamed the ‘Good Times’ tour in tribute to the 2001 observe on which Paul sang lead.
His ex-girlfriend and former bandmate Hannah Spearitt, 42, has dropped out of gong again on the highway with the group after talking about how she was devastated by Paul’s death.
Speaking for the primary time for the reason that singer’s death, the group later revealed their UK live shows beginning in October will go forward after they’d taken time to mourn their “big brother”.
Singer Jon Lee, 41, stated in an Instagram video with the remainder of his bandmates: “In all honesty we’ve been in a bit of shock and it’s taken a while for us to find the right words to describe our brother Paul.”
Rachel Stevens, 45, added: “(Paul is) always going to be with us. We’re just going to keep his memory alive and share it with you.”
Jo O’ Meara, 44, teared up as she instructed followers: “Whenever Paul would walk into the room, you’d definitely know he was there because he would light it up with humour and love.”
Bradley McIntosh, 41, stated: “No one could ever replace our Paul. He lives on inside each and every one of us,” whereas 46-year-old Tina Barret added: “It’s just really sad. It’s really, really hard to process it right now.”