A medical examiner has released the results of the autopsy for Samuel See, the 34-year-old Yale professor who died while in New Haven police custody. According to the Hartford Courant, See "died of acute methamphetamine and amphetamine intoxication with recent myocardial infarction."

See, an assistant professor of English (whose photos appear on some male escort websites) and his estranged husband Sunder Ganglani had orders of protection against each other, and both parties were arrested for violating them on November 23, 2013. Ganglani was picking up belongings at See's home and apparently outstayed his allotted time.

Police say See reacted badly to finding out that Ganglani had an order of protection against him: "He yelled that it was his house and that he shouldn’t be arrested. See fought with Officers when they tried handcuffing him. As See was led to a Police car, he yelled to one of the arresting Officers, ‘I will kill you … I will destroy you.’"

He was put into a cell at 9:10 p.m. and found dead at 6 a.m. on November 24. Police marshals, who check the cells every 15 minutes, found See “not moving. His arm was hanging off the bunk in a very uncomfortable angle."

His friends and colleagues are not satisfied with the ME deeming his death as accidental English professor Katie Trumpener told the Yale Daily News, "How is it that he was injured enough to go to the emergency room, but the people in the ER didn’t notice the same thing that was going to kill him later that night?" Trumpener also revealed that See had been in a mental hospital last year: "He told her his stay in the psych ward had been 'excruciating' but that he was doing better — that hallucinations he had been having as a byproduct of 'small strokes' had stopped."

See's family is getting an independent autopsy.