Sheriff’s Arson/Explosives Unit which investigated the Ashley Greene’s apartment fire case filled in a report which sustains that no evidence of any drug pipe or arson was found in the actress’ residence in West Hollywood that burned down last year in March. The news hit the media just one week since the story that a drug pipe might have been discovered in the actress’ apartment after the fire.
At the end of last month, a statement that an alleged ‘glass crack pipe’ was found in the Twilight’s actress’ unit hit the media surface, but a new report shows that the investigators rule out this claim. Doorman Adrian Mayorga, allegedly injured last spring in the fire, said in his sworn statement that one of the men who cleaned up the place had found a glass drug pipe in Greene’s apartment. The initial investigator’s report stated that the fire started from an unattended candle which fell on the couch in the livingroom.
The actual report states that there was no evidence of arson and the investigators don’t rule out that the cause of the fire might have been accidental. However, Mayorga sued the actress in November 2013, claiming in his official statement that he suffered from respiratory damage and exhaustion after the fire, when he tried to save other neighbours, and said that he needed medical care in the hospital Supposedly, when the fire happened, the actress’ brother and her alleged boyfriend at the time – the actor Ryan Phillipe – were sleeping in the apartment. Also, during the incident, the actress lost her dog, which died in the fire.
Greene hasn’t publicly responded yet to Mayorga’s allegation. Despite all the rumours about alleged drug findings in her apartment that hit the media recently, the actress seems to focus on a more important subject that is her career. The star recently signed a contract for the upcoming move “Urge”, in which she stars next to Pierce Brosnan and Danny Masterson. The movie is likely to hit the big screen in 2015.