New findings on Prince’s death emerge
Marley McMillan

New findings on Prince’s death emerge

New findings emerged on Monday regarding the untimely passing of Minnesota’s beloved Prince.

Search warrants released by Minnesota authorities on Monday reveal that Prince was being prescribed under a different name. While ABC says the prescriptions were under the name Kirk Johnson, Prince’s friend and estate manager, TMZ says Prince used the alias “Peter Bravestrong.”

Prince was prescribed oxycodone by Dr. Michael Schulenberg the same day he overdosed on the jet, six days prior to his death. His bodyguard also picked up prescriptions from a Walgreens pharmacy the day preceding his death.

There is no new information on how Prince obtained fentanyl, the drug responsible for his death. It was, however, found in his home along with other opioids. The pills were reportedly stored in containers around his home at Paisley Park.

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