Published: Sun, April 22, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

No Criminal Charges Will Be Filed In Prince's Death

No Criminal Charges Will Be Filed In Prince's Death

The end of a two-year investigation into Prince's 2016 drug overdose death was the trigger to release materials compiled by sheriff's detectives, ranging from hundreds of pages of interviews, search warrants and reports to more than 1,000 photos and videos.

Before that visit, text messages from Johnson's phone revealed that he'd written to Michael T. Schulenberg, Prince's doctor, saying: "Prince is asking for fluids".

"Purple Rain" singer Prince died at age 57 in April 2016 at his Minnesota residence. I can drive over if it would help.

The images offered a glimpse behind the scenes of the Paisley Park home and recording studio where Prince died.

Prince said he was feeling antsy and asked about opiate withdrawal symptoms, according to Carver County Attorney Mark Metz.

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While Carver County said it was ending its role in the case, the U.S. Attorney's Office had no immediate comment on the status of its investigation. "The counterfeit pills contain the potentially deadly opioid, fentanyl".

But none of his inner circle was able to give investigators the insight they needed to determine where Prince got the fentanyl that killed him.

Prince had become addicted to opioids after dealing with chronic pain, but, notoriously private, he never got a prescription in his own name and instead obtained pain pills through associates, officials said.

During Thursday's press conference, Metz said that Schulenberg had reached a civil settlement with federal authorities for providing the prescription.

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