Naya Rivera drowned “in a few minutes” according to her death certificate.
The documentary was retrieved by The Daily Mail on Thursday, more than three weeks after the 33-year-old body of actress “Glee” was found floating in Lake Piru, Southern California.
The Ventura County Doctors’ Office had previously performed an autopsy and confirmed that her mother had accidentally drowned in the lake, where she had taken a trip with her four-year-old son Jose.
She had no underlying diseases and no drugs or alcohol were found in her system.
Rivera was buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles last Friday, according to a death certificate issued in Ventura County.