Representatives of Olsen told that they have no comment on The Times’ report.
Numerous messages left at telephone numbers listed to Wolozin and Solomon were not returned Wednesday.
Ellen Borakove, a spokeswoman for the medical examiner’s office, said the autopsy on the 28-year-old actor was inconclusive and that more would be known in about 10 days, when more tests were completed.
A massage therapist who discovered a lifeless Heath Ledger in his Manhattan apartment made her first call to actress Mary-Kate Olsen, according to an in-depth timeline police released Wednesday of the moments surrounding the Australian-born actor’s death.
According to The New York Times, New York City police officials said the massage therapist, Diana Wolozin, called Olsen, a friend of Ledger’s, twice before calling 911.
She then tried to call him on his cell phone, but again got no response.
She went into the bedroom, set up her massage table and again tried to wake Ledger.At the Brawta Caribbean Cafe two blocks from the residence, owner Jennifer Ewers said Ledger was a frequent guest who always ordered jerk chicken, rice and beans, and sorrel. He comes in here with his hoodie on, reads a book, and gives you a peace sign,” she said.“He was always with his daughter, playing hide-and-seek among the plants, or on his skateboard, peeking his head in.” Speaking in Australia, Ledger’s father called the death “tragic, untimely and accidental.” “Heath has touched so many people on so many different levels during his short life,” Kim Ledger said.Authorities found six different types of prescription drugs in Ledger’s apartment, including pills to treat insomnia and anxiety, according to two law enforcement officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing. Ledger’s housekeeper, Teresa Solomon, arrived at his apartment with her own key and let herself in.At 1 p.m., she went to his bedroom to change a light bulb, and saw Ledger sleeping naked, lying face down in the bed with the sheets pulled up to his shoulders, and heard him snoring, according to a report from The New York Times.It was very touching.” Ledger was known for grueling, intense roles that became his trademark after he got his start in teen movies like “10 Things I Hate About You.” Thereafter, he avoided the easy path in favor of roles that forced him to bury his Australian accent and downplay his leading-man looks: the tormented gay cowboy Ennis Del Mar in “Brokeback Mountain”; a drug addict in “Candy”; an incarnation of Bob Dylan in “I’m Not There.” Playing the Joker in the upcoming Batman movie “The Dark Knight,” may be his final finished performance.