Shortly after Robin Williams committed suicide back in August, rumors began to surface as to what may have caused the comedy legend to take his own life.
Williams' wife revealed that the actor suffered from Parkinson's disease just days after he was found dead, and it was widely believed that the diagnosis contributed to his tragic final decision.
While it remains likely that Williams' was in a distraught state as a result of his illness, a newly released coroner's report reveals that there were likely several other factors negatively influencing his mental state as well.
The report states that Williams was suffering from paranoia and extreme anxiety in the weeks before his death.
His family became concerned with his erratic behavior, and the report details one recent incident in which Williams placed several wristwatches in a sock and gave them to a friend for safe keeping.