An autopsy report released on Friday revealed new details about the death of Glee actress Naya Rivera, who drowned in July while boating with her 4-year-old son on a California lake.

The investigation from Ventura County Medical Examiner determined that the 33-year-old raised her arm and called for help when she accidentally drowned at Lake Piru northwest of Los Angeles, The Associated Press reported. 

According to the report, Rivera first helped her son, Josey, get back on the boat. The boy then “noticed the decedent put her arm up in the air and yelled ‘help,’” the autopsy stated. The actress "knew how to swim well," but she "disappeared into the water,” investigators concluded.

The man who rented the pontoon boat to Rivera said he put a life vest aboard even though she declined the safety gear.

Medical examiners said Rivera struggled with vertigo and a recent sinus infection. Drugs weren't found to be factors in her death. However, the toxicology report found a small amount of prescribed amphetamines in her system, as well as minimal amounts of an anti-anxiety drug and an appetite suppressant.

Josey, who was found sleeping alone on the boat later that day, was taken to his father. 

As Blavity previously reported, the body of Rivera was found in the lake on July 13, less than a week after she was reported missing. 

"I can't make any sense of what happened," Ventura County Deputy Chris Dyer said after the body was found. "We just know that we found a 4-year-old on a boat, and he said that his mother never got back in."

During the search, officials released surveillance video from the lake's parking lot. The footage showed Rivera and her son walking toward the water on July 8. With use of sonar equipment, as well as help from divers, investigators conducted the search for the missing mother.

After presuming her to be dead on July 9, the search continued until four days later when her body was found floating on the surface of the lake.  

Sgt. Kevin Donoghue said Josey "gave enough information to investigators to conclude that his mother never made it out of the water."

Investigators added that the conditions of the lake posed a challenge.

 “There’s a lot of challenges in a reservoir this size, at times with visibility,” Capt. Eric Buschow told CBS Los Angeles.

According to CNN, the northeast area of the lake, where Rivera's body was found, is 35- 60 feet deep.

The Glee cast member posted a picture of herself and her son a day before she went missing.

"Just the two of us," she wrote. 

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