Published: 11:10, 11 July 2019
| Updated: 11:56, 11 July 2019
A 22-year-old woman found dead in her bath has been named.
Isabella Mya Goddard's body was found submerged in water at her home in St Edmunds Road, Canterbury, in April.
Police attended and identified the young woman with the help of her ex partner who was at the scene.
The findings of a post mortem into Miss Goddard's death were heard as an inquest into her death opened today (Thursday, July 11).
Assistant coroner Bina Patel said: "The cause of death was given as submersion under water due to intoxication."
The inquest heard Miss Goddard, who was born in Tunbridge Wells, had an anti-depressant and a painkiller in her system when she died.
Miss Patel said: "I offer my personal condolences to family and friends of Isabella."
A full inquest will take place on October 7 at the Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone.
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