Minnesota marks 2-year anniversary of Prince's death with 'Prince Day'

Minnesota marks 2-year anniversary of Prince's death with 'Prince Day'

Minnesota marks 2-year anniversary of Prince's death with 'Prince Day'

"In all likelyhood, Prince had no idea he was taking a counterfit pill that could kill him", said Carver County Attorney Mark Metz.

That evening Schulenberg spoke with Prince's management, about arranging chemical dependency treatment for Prince, Metz said.

A Minnesota doctor accused of illegally prescribing an opioid painkiller for Prince a week before the musician died from a fentanyl overdose has agreed to pay $30,000 to settle a federal civil violation, according to documents made public Thursday, April 19, 2018. He said Prince told paramedics, "I feel all fuzzy".

Johnson had also told the EMS responders that night Prince would sometimes take a Percocet after a show, but didn't respond when the paramedic questioned whether he was sure that's all he took.

The U.S. attorney's office also said Thursday it had no credible evidence that would lead to federal criminal charges.

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Metz says there may be speculation on how Prince got the pills, but he can not say conclusively that any individual enabled that. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the case remains open.

Suspicion fell on Prince's doctor, Michael Schulenberg, and his bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, after they both admitted to helping the singer obtain other controlled drugs, but denied supplying Fentanyl.

Oxycodone, the generic name for the active ingredient in OxyContin, was not listed as a cause of Prince's death. Today officials announced they are closing the investigation into Prince's death and will not be filing any charges because they don't know where he got the pills and found no evidence that any of his associates knew that the "Vicodin" he had been taking was actually fentanyl.

The likelihood of people buying pain pills on the street or online that turn out to be counterfeits laced with fentanyl is "extremely high", said Traci Green, a Boston University Medical Center epidemiologist who focuses on the opioid epidemic.

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