An autopsy on English TV presenter, writer, and socialite Peaches Geldof was "inconclusive" as to the cause of her death, Kent Police announced Wednesday. A toxicology report has been ordered, but could take weeks to complete.

Geldof, 25, was found dead Monday at her home in Kent. Police said there was no evidence of drugs in the building, no suicide note, and no visible injury. They're treating her death as sudden and "non-suspicious" as detectives continue to investigate.

Peaches, daughter of Irish rock n' roll icon Bob Geldof, was known as a "wild child" in her teens and early '20s. In 2010, she reportedly landed at a Scientology detox center after a heroin-fueled hookup in L.A.. She later admitted to the nude photos that came out of that night, but denied being mixed up with heroin or Scientology.

In recent years, Geldof became a mother and reportedly settled down. She had two sons, Astala, 2, and Phaedra, 1, with husband Thomas Cohen, lead singer of the band S.C.U.M.

After the police complete their report, they'll deliver it to the coroner, who will likely order a full inquest.

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