The inquest into the death of Surrey cricketer Tom Maynard on Tuesday revealed that the player had high amounts of alcohol, cocaine and MDMA in his system when he was killed by an Underground train in June last year.
It was also revealed that Maynard had been taking cocaine for around three months prior to the accident, according to test results on hair samples, and that he was likely electrocuted by the rail lines before being struck by the train in Wimbledon.
Maynard's death at the age of 23 shocked the cricketing world, and these new details have further stunned the community, but his family and friends say the tests results don't define who Maynard was as a person.
A statement from his family read: "The results of the inquest do not define our son. The fact that so very many people thought the world of him is what defines him as a person.
"The only people who would judge Tom on the findings of the inquest are people who didn't know him. He made choices that night that tragically cost him his life but his devastated family and friends will love and miss him unconditionally always.
"He was a very special person and his death leaves a huge hole in all our lives."
England all-rounder Luke Wright was also quick to respond, saying on Twitter that Maynard was more than an inquest result, writing: "All people need to know about Tom Maynard is that he was one of the best and kind people you could ever meet. Miss him! Xx"
Maynard's Surrey team-mates and friends Jade Dernbach and Rory Hamilton-Brown were in attendance to give evidence at some stage.