Legendary television host Larry King died of sepsis, according to his death certificate.
King, 87, who died last month in Los Angeles, was also suffering from end-stage renal disease or kidney failure and acute hypoxic respiratory failure, according to the certificate obtained by People magazine. King was admitted to the hospital in early January with symptoms related to COVID-19.
King also suffered other health issues, such as Type 2 diabetes and had had several heart attacks.
His $2 million estate is to be divided among his five children, the magazine reported. King had been married eight times