The 911 call has been released which alerted authorities to the death of socialite Casey Johnson.
In the call, from January 4, an unidentified woman asks a 911 operator to send someone to her Los Angeles property after finding the heiress' body.
"The emergency is I have somebody who I believe has just died in my guest house. So I need somebody right away," the woman tells the operator. "What do you need from me?"
Although Casey is not mentioned by name during the call, the woman describes her as 30 and female and she tells the operator she believes the young woman is definitely deceased.
"You think she's passed away?" the 911 operator asks.
"I'm pretty sure. She's ice cold and her hands are turning blue," the caller answers. "I have two other people here with me and we all think she's dead."
Another operator asks the woman why she thinks the death is a suicide.
"I don't know if it was a suicide," the woman replies. "Very often her medication gets all screwed up, so it's probably because of that."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Johnson's body was discovered on Monday in Los Angeles.
An autopsy was performed on the body of the Johnson & Johnson heiress, the daughter of Jets owner Woody Johnson, but the Los Angeles Coroner's office has delayed releasing the cause of death pending toxicology reports.
They are expected to release the cause within 6-8 weeks, but it could take longer.
On Tuesday night, Jesse Derris, spokesman for the Johnson family, said Casey will be buried later this week.
"The Johnson family wishes to thank everyone who has expressed condolences and support during this trying time. Your thoughts and prayers are deeply appreciated," Derris said in the statement. "The family has arranged for Casey to be flown back east to her final resting place. There will be a private funeral service later this week for the immediate family."
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