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Victoria Siegel Cause of Death to Be Revealed in Two Months


Victoria Siegel’s cause of death will be revealed in 8-10 weeks, the medical examiner’s office told RadarOnline.com.

Victoria Siegel, the 18-year-old daughter of Queen of Versailles stars David and Jackie Siegel, was found unresponsive by a housekeeper at her parents’ Seagull Island mansion on Green Island Cove on Saturday afternoon.

She was taken to a nearby hospital where she was later pronounced dead.

Victoria was the second eldest of David and Jackie Siegel’s eight children.

Despite rumors that Victoria Siegel overdosed on drugs before her shocking death, District Nine Medical Examiner’s Office spokesperson Sherry Blanton told RadarOnline: “All we have released is that it is a pending cause and manner of death,” adding that OD reports are just “speculation.”

Sherry Blanton said the cause of death will likely remain undetermined for the next two months while examiners complete testing, the Orlando, Florida, based office.

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Jackie Siegel confirmed the sad news on her Facebook page on June 7.

According to reports, Victoria Siegel had returned home from rehab just weeks before her passing, leading many to believe her tragic death was drug-related.

Orange County Sheriff spokesman Jeff Williamson said: “The victim’s father has informed investigators that he will be making a statement in the coming days regarding the death of his daughter, and is requesting privacy at this time.”

David Siegel, 80, is the billionaire founder of the timeshare company Westgate Resorts.

Jackie and David Siegel gained fame and notoriety after the 2012 release of the documentary Queen Of Versailles which followed their attempts to build the self-proclaimed “largest home in America”.

The couple started the project in 2004 but it was stalled after David Siegel’s business was hit by recession.

David Siegel’s construction is back on and the sprawls 90,000ft and is expected to be complete by 2016. It has been valued from anywhere between $65 million to $75 million.