Philip Seymour Hoffman: $1200 ATM Withdrawl Day Before his Death
As more details surrounding his sudden death begin to emerge, the latest reports say that Philip Seymour Hoffman made several cash withdrawls the day before he died.
According to TMZ, the Academy Award winner used a supermarket ATM to take out $1200 total in six transactions.
Though the autopsy report has not yet been released, police say the "Hunger Games" actor most likely died of an overdose.
The police also said that though they did find several bags of heroin, they did not find an exceptionally potent type of heroin, known as "deadly heroin" in the actor's apartment.