The death of a man whose wife died of a suspected cocaine overdose in Virginia is still under investigation

The death was ruled a suicide.

But the cause of death has not been disclosed.

Theodore Williams, 51, a licensed Virginia physician, died from cocaine toxicity after a cocaine overdose at his home in Virginia on April 19, the Fairfax County Medical Examiner’s Office said in a statement Monday.

He had been on medical leave since his wife, Joanne Williams, died after she overdosed on cocaine.

Her body was discovered in a bathtub on May 2.

Her death was the subject of a major investigation.

The death is still being investigated.

The autopsy report on Joanne’s death was completed Friday, but the results will not be released until after the inquest.

A Virginia State Police spokeswoman told ABC News the investigation is still ongoing.

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