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The day before his death, Mr Patterson, his assistant Mark Cowley and Ms Nye travelled from his home, Chesterton Manor near Oxford, to Ms Nye's home at Elm Manor near Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, to help him overcome his fear of going out.
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He had drunk four-and-a-half times the legal limit for driving - 367mg in 100ml of blood, enough to kill someone less tolerant to drink, the coroner was told.
Ms Nye told the inquest she arrived at Elm Manor at 9am. "He was sat up in the bath with his arms on the sides, his head was sideways and the water was just up to his nose and his hair wasn't wet." A Home Office pathologist, Dr Nat Cary, told the inquest on Monday at Wisbech magistrates court that Mr Patterson died from drowning and chronic alcoholism and had probably slipped or fallen in the bath.