Cathriona White was married at the time of her death, ET has confirmed.
The coroner's office is still in possession of White's body, which will not be released until it is picked up by her next of kin, her husband, for repatriation to her native country of Ireland.
The identity of her husband will not be revealed until he arrives, however it is not actor Jim Carrey, whom White had dated on and off for three years leading up to her death.
Meanwhile, the investigation surrounding White's death continues. The coroner's office tells ET that an autopsy has been completed and that a cause of death has been deferred pending toxicology results.
A source tells ET that while some of the pills White might have consumed allegedly belonged to Carrey, the late photographer may have taken them from the actor's home without his knowledge, as The Hollywood Reporter first reported.
Following the news of White's death her family released a statement to the Irish Independent.
"The family of Cathriona White sincerely regret the untimely passing of their beloved daughter and sister," they said. "Cathriona was a shining light in our lives who was loved deeply by her entire family. We will miss her terribly and at this difficult time we ask to be left in private to mourn our loss."
"She was a truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil, to whom loving and being loved was all that sparkled," Carreytold ET in a statement on Tuesday, Sept. 30. "My heart goes out to her family and friends and to everyone who loved and cared about her."
It is unclear whether Carrey was still dating White at the time she died. The actor was spotted out at a Hollywood art show on Sept. 24, four days before White was found dead. A source tells ET that Carrey spent most of the night chatting in small circles, but was "definitely acting single," and TMZ reports this as the day the two split up. Carrey and White were last spotted together on a romantic date on Sept. 19 at Nobu in Malibu, California.
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