An autopsy on the Pulse nightclub shooter revealed that he was HIV-negative and likely used steroids, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The LA Times reports that a medical examiner found evidence of physical changes to Omar Mateen's body consistent with long-term steroid use. Law enforcement officials also told the LA Times that Mateen's autopsy determined that he was HIV-negative.
Officials told News 6 the FBI has instructed Orange County not to release the autopsy findings.
Mateen opened fire at Pulse nightclub on June 12, killing 49 people and injuring 53. The massacre was the deadliest shooting by one person in U.S. history.
Read more at LATimes.com.