Prince’s alloy prescribed him pills underneath another name, papers reveal


A alloy who saw Prince in a days before he died had prescribed oxycodone underneath a name of Prince’s crony to strengthen a musician’s privacy, according to an confirmation unblocked Monday.

The request is one of several affidavits and hunt warrants unblocked in Carver County District Court as a review into Prince’s genocide continues.

Prince was 57 when he was found alone and nonchalant in an conveyor during his Paisley Park home on Apr 21. Autopsy formula showed he died from an random overdose of fentanyl, a fake drug 50 times some-more absolute than heroin.

According to a hunt warrants, authorities searched Paisley Park, cellphone annals of Prince’s associates, and Prince’s email accounts to try to establish where he got a fentanyl that killed him.

The papers advise Prince was struggling with an obsession to medication opioids. Just 6 days before he died, Prince fell ill on a craft and done an puncture stop in Illinois as he was returning home from a unison in Atlanta. First responders regenerated him with dual doses of a drug that reverses a effects of an opioid overdose.

One confirmation says Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg, who saw Prince final Apr 7 and again on Apr 20, certified to authorities that he prescribed oxycodone for Prince a same day as a puncture craft alighting “but put a medication in Kirk Johnson’s name for Prince’s privacy.”

Johnson is Prince’s longtime crony and tighten associate. Authorities also searched Johnson’s cellphone records, to see who he was communicating with in a month before Prince died.

Messages left with attorneys for Schulenberg and Johnson weren’t immediately returned Monday.

Investigators haven’t interviewed possibly Johnson or Schulenberg given a hours after Prince died, an central with believe of a review told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity since a review is ongoing.