Documents About Prince’s Death Show He Hid Opioid Pills in Vitamin and Aspirin Bottles

Newly released court documents related to the investigation into Prince’s death reveal he hid some opioid pills in over-the-counter vitamin and aspirin bottles.

The New York Times reports that in at least one instance, Prince procured an opioid prescription in the name of a personal friend and employee.

Prince was found dead in his home in April 2016, after he ingested a fatal amount of fentanyl, an opioid often used to make counterfeit pills that are sold illegally as oxycodone and other pain relievers.

Full story of Prince’s death at Science Daily

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