No Criminal Charges Will Be Filed In Prince's Death

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He died of an accidental fentanyl overdose at Paisley Park in Chanhassen on April 21, 2016, leaving friends, family, fans and musicians around the world stunned. The recording artist was found unresponsive in an elevator at Paisley Park, where he died at age 57.

On Thursday, authorities in Minnesota released thousands of images taken during the investigation of the singer's death. Prosecutors alleged Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg wrote a prescription for oxycodone in the name of Prince's bodyguard, intending it to go Prince. I can drive over if it would help.

"The bottom line is we simply do not have sufficient evidence to charge anyone with a crime in relation to Prince's death", Metz said, per the New York Times.

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Images just released show Paisley Park as a colorful, eclectic space that was the beloved home of Prince, where the superstar had relaxed, recorded music and threw parties.

Carver County attorney Mark Metz said in a statement on Thursday (19.04.18): "Despite the intensive law enforcement investigation, there is no reliable evidence showing how Prince obtained the counterfeit Vicodin laced with fentanyl, or who else may have had a role in delivering the counterfeit Vicodin to Prince".

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. "The counterfeit pills contain the potentially deadly opioid, fentanyl". Prosecutors also affirmed in a separate letter to Schulenberg's attorneys that the doctor is not a target of a federal criminal investigation.

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