The death of George Michael is being investigated by the British Major Crime Squad, according to reports. 

Found dead in bed by his partner on Christmas Day aged 53, detectives suspect he may have died from a drug overdose. 

The stars death is still considered non-suspicious. A high profile picture agency has been ordered to give all of their shots taken close to the singers home before Christmas. The Sun reports this to help identify who came and went before the singers death.

Detectives from the Thames Valley Police Major Crime Unit who investigate murders, are now working on the case after the post mortem were inconclusive.

The inconclusive result could infer he died from an overdose of either prescription or illegal drugs. Worth more than 105 million pounds, the singer leaves behind a massive fortune.

It is reported that toxicology tests are now being performed to shed further light on what caused his death.

George Michael had a history of drug abuse. This does not mean his death was caused by drugs, but it cannot be ruled out.