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>> Police in Minnesota investigating the scene of Prince's death found painkillers hidden all over the pop star's home. According to court documents unsealed Monday, some of the strong opioids found at Paisley Park were prescribed to his bodyguard, and hidden in vitamin and aspirin bottles. The documents also show that the same bodyguard went to a Walgreens pharmacy the day before the singer's death to fill prescriptions including Percocet.
Investigators also found a suitcase with the name Peter Bravestrong, a possible alias for Prince. Inside that suitcase more pills and handwritten lyrics for the song You Got The Look. 57 year old Prince was found dead nearly a year ago. The official cause of death was given as an accidental self-administered overdose of the pain killer fentanyl, a powerful drug that is 50 times stronger than heroin.
But the investigation revealing no clues on who provided that drug to Prince.