Police say Robert Wagner has declined to be interviewed in its re-opened investigation into his wife Natalie Wood's death, The Associated Press reports.
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According to Lt. John Corina of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office, Wagner is the only person who was on the yacht the night Wood drowned in 1981 who has not spoken to authorities as part of the latest investigation, which was re-opened in 2011, "despite repeated requests and attempts."
The mystery behind actress Natalie Wood's death deepened Monday, when a newly released coroner's report revealed that the actress might have been assaulted before her drowning 31 years ago.
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Authorities have amended Natalie Wood's death certificate to reflect the lingering uncertainties surrounding her drowning more than 30 years ago.
According to a copy of the death certificate obtained by The Associated Press, the cause of death was changed from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors." The coroner's office also amended the death certificate to state that the reasons leading to Wood ending up in the water are "not clearly established."