In his first interview since his arrest for suspicion of murder, legendary producer Phil Spector says actress Lana Clarkson was drunk and killed herself in his Alhambra, Calif., home in February.

In his first interview since his arrest for suspicion of murder, legendary producer Phil Spector says actress Lana Clarkson was drunk and killed herself in his Alhambra, Calif., home in February. "She kissed the gun," Spector tells Scott Rabb in the July issue of Esquire. "I have no idea why -- I never knew her, never even saw her before that night. I have no idea who she was or what her agenda was.

"She was loud -- she was loud and drunk even before we left the House of Blues. She grabbed a bottle of tequila from the bar to take with her. I was not drunk. I wasn't drunk at all. There is no case. She killed herself."

The Los Angeles County Coroners office has not ruled on the cause of Clarkson's death in the Feb. 3 shooting. Spector called police, was arrested, and was later released on $1 million bond. No formal charges have yet been filed.

"We're completing our investigation -- waiting for evidence to be analyzed at our lab," Los Angeles County Sheriff's detective Lieutenant Daniel Rosenberg says in the article. "We're not rushing anything... It's important for me that he gets a fair shake in this."

"It's 'Anatomy of a Frame-Up," Spector asserts. "They have no case. If they had a case, I'd be sitting in jail right now."