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Nick Cave's 15-year-old son had taken LSD before he fell to his death.
The 58-year-old musician learned at an inquest held at Woodvale Crematorium in Brighton, East Sussex, England that Arthur Cave had the hallucinogenic drug - known as Lysergic acid diethylamide - in his system when he plunged 18 metres down Ovingdean Gap in Brighton on July 14, according to a report by MailOnline.
The youngster - who has a twin, Earl - was rushed to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with a fractured skull, broken legs and bleeding on the brain after he was discovered by motorists in slow-moving traffic.
Following the news of the tragedy in July, Nick - who was born in Australia - and his wife Susie paid tribute to their "beautiful, happy" son.
They said in a joint statement: "Our son Arthur died on Tuesday evening. He was our beautiful, happy loving boy.
"We ask that we be given the privacy our family needs to grieve at this difficult time."
Both Arthur and Earl appeared in Nick's 2014 biopic 20,000 Days On Earth.
Rowan Atkinson has been given a "quickie" divorce from his wife of 24 years Sunetra.
The Mr Bean actor - who separated from the BBC make-up artist in 2014 - was granted a decree nisi by District Judge Stephen Alderson at London's Central Family Court today at a hearing neither he nor Sunetra attended.
The couple's divorce was given on the grounds of "unreasonable behaviour" and was reportedly finalised in less than a minute.
Rowan, 60, and 54-year-old Sunetra met in the 1980s when she was working as a BBC make-up artist and he was one of the corporation's main comedy stars and they went on to tie the knot in 1990.
They have two children together, daughter Lily Atkinson, 20, and son Benjamin Atkinson, 22.
The couple were planning to build a multi-million dollar home in Oxfordshire when they split in 2014.
He is currently dating 32-year-old comedian Louise Ford - who stars in Sky TV sitcom Chickens.