New details emerge in the death of ‘Storm Chasers’ star Joel Taylor

New details have emerged regarding the sudden and shocking death of Joel Taylor, the out host of the Discovery reality show “Storm Chasers.”

Taylor died aboard a Royal Caribbean ship charted by gay cruise company Atlantis Events back in January.

TMZ reported that the night that Taylor died, “party drugs” were reportedly “flowing freely” among revelers. As a result, the FBI launched an investigation into the matter.

Related: ‘Storm Chasers’ host Joel Taylor dies of reported drug overdose on gay cruise

Now, Taylor’s toxicology lab results have been revealed.

The lab found 38-year-old Taylor’s death was the result of a deadly drug cocktail including “tricyclic antidepressants,” MDMA, Ketamine, and Zolpidem, which is a version of Ambien.

MDA (a.k.a. Sally), an amphetamine, was also present in his system, according to The Blast.

Despite reports that Taylor was seen taking GHB, the toxicology report did not find any traces of the drug in his system at the time of death.

Related: FBI launches investigation into drugs on gay cruise after death of Joel Taylor