No foul play suspected in famed DJ Avicii’s death, cops say

There was no foul play involved in the death of popular DJ Avicii, according to reports.

The “Wake Me Up” artist was found dead on Friday at a Muscat Hills resort in Oman and his autopsy showed no evidence of criminal activity or foul play, TMZ reported.

"There is no criminal suspicion in the death,” a law enforcement source for the Agence France-Presse told the gossip site.

Two post-mortem examinations were conducted both on Friday and Saturday, according to Deadline, though no official cause of death has been revealed.

“It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” his rep said in a statement Friday.

“He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time.”

Avicci, whose real name is Tim Bergling, retired from performing in 2016, citing health reasons. He reportedly suffered from acute pancreatitis partly from excessive drinking.

He was hospitalized on numerous occasions for his ailing health and some of it was captured in the September 2017 documentary about his life: "Avicii: True Stories."

The world-traveling DJ told Rolling Stone that the intense tour schedule became distressing in an interview about the doc.

"I needed to figure out my life," he told the mag. "The whole thing was about success for the sake of success. I wasn't getting any happiness anymore."

The Swedish DJ was reportedly seen in good spirits in the days leading up to his death. He was posing for photos with fans and reports stated he seemed happy.

Just days before his passing, he tweeted a thank you to the Billboard Music Awards for nominating his album "AVĨCI (01)" for Top Dance/Electronic album.