Police Reports That ‘There Was Absolutely No Motive for Chris Cornell to Commit Suicide’

Police spokesman Michael Woody addressed Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell’s suicide, telling the Daily Mail: “We are doing everything to look into this death. “There is absolutely no motive at this stage for this suicide. “But we hope to be able to bring closure for his family and his fans as soon as possible.”

Woody also revealed Chris left no suicide note, but refrained from commenting on whether drugs were found next to the musician’s body.

The report further reads: “Sources disclosed Cornell died within 60 minutes of leaving a concert stage. “Cornell was said to have behaved ‘absolutely normally’ spending several minutes with fans and warmly greeting them.

“The 52-year-old told fans ‘I love you’ as he was escorted from the front of the Motor City’s Fox Theatre from a door near the main box office. “He wished them luck, posed for selfie photographs and told some he would see them in Columbus, Ohio – where his band were due to perform Friday night.”

“Cornell gave no clue of his torment and appeared ‘absolutely normal’ said a member of his security team. “He seemed happy and glad to meet fans.” The final song Chris performed was “Slaves & Bulldozers” off 1991’s “Badmotorfinger.”