French Prosecutor: No Signs of Foul Play in Bourdain’s Death

French authorities say there are no signs of foul play in the death of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, whose apparent suicide on Friday left his many friends and admirers all over the world shell-shocked. On Saturday, Christian de Rocquigny, the prosecutor of Colmar in France’s Alsace region, told the Associated Press there were no signs of violence in the Parts Unknown host’s death. The 61-year-old star was found in a hotel in the ancient village of Kaysersberg, he said. “There is no element that makes us suspect that someone came into the room at any moment,” he said. Toxicology tests are being carried out to determine whether he’d taken any medications before his death.