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Bob Saget was 'tucked in bed' and died in sleep without suffering, suffered 'heart attack or stroke'

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Bob Saget died peacefully in his sleep according to a new report.The Full House legend - who passed away aged 65 - was 'tucked in bed' when his body was discovered Sunday at around 4pm EST sources close to the investigation told TMZ on Tuesday morning.There was also evidence that he had died without any suffering as the lights were turned off in his room at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Orlando.It is claimed that he had called his wife Kelly Rizzo before going to bed and even tweeted about how happy he was to be back on stage as he performedat the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Jacksonville earlier that night.

Legend: Bob Saget (seen last month in LA) - who passed away aged 65 - was 'tucked in bed' when his body was discovered Sunday at around 4pm EST sources close to the investigation told TMZ on Tuesday morningRizzo became increasingly concerned as the following day continued on with her being unable to reach him so she called the hotel and that's when security had entered the room and discovered his body.Saget's official cause of death will not be known for ten to 12 weeks but police suspect hesuffered a heart attack or stroke' in his Orlando hotel and are exploring his revelation days before his death that he had recently battled Covid-19.

Authorities believe Saget may have suffered a medical emergency because they found no evidence of foul play or drug use and have not yet carried out a toxicology report, law enforcement sources revealed yesterday that Saget was found lying face-up on his bed 'cold to the touch...His left arm was across his chest while his right arm was resting on the bed'.

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