Recently unsealed documents lead to questions about Prince's death


A year after pop star Prince's death, a court document had been unsealed revealing about the scattered opioids found in his home.

The American singer and songwriter just had his first death anniversary this April and many people are still wondering about the cause of his death. Apparently, the strong painkillers found at the Paisley Park complex were prescribed not under his name, instead, it was for his friend and bodyguard.

In October 2016, his death was announced as "an active homicide investigation," however, no one was found guilty of the crime. Meanwhile, the "Little Red Corvette" singer's cellphone records and computer were examined and at the same time, several interviews were conducted.

The 57-year-old hitmaker was found dead in April 2016 and it was claimed that an accidental overdose of fentanyl caused his untimely death.

Unfortunately, no prescriptions of the powerful drug have been found instead, the investigators obtained pills that are named Watson 853.

As reported by Reuters, a document stating about the pills found said: "Many of those areas where the pills were located would be places Prince would frequent, such as his bedroom and wardrobe/laundry room."

The documents also claimed that most of the prescriptions were named after the "U Got the Look" singer's bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, so that Prince can protect his privacy.

As of the writing, the bodyguard's lawyer has not commented on the issue.

The said documents also suggested that the "I Wanna Be Your Lover" singer has used multiple names for his emails and that he has not used a cellphone. The late musician does not also have his own doctor, making his team find different physicians who will provide him vitamin B-12 shots prior to his performance.

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