Fans continue to mourn the loss of music legend Prince Rogers Nelson. At the same time, there are 2 important issues: the cause of his death and what to do with his estate.
First, authorities found in his home, prescription pain medicine. So far researchers have not found evidence that the Prince had a real prescription for painkillers, according to the main office in the US and the US administration on counter-narcotics, to begin a formal investigation.
There is an assumption that the command of the Prince appealed for help to Dr. Howard Kornfeld, who is an eminent expert on drug addiction, the day before the death of the singer. Attorney Kornfeld said that the specialist was required to assess the health of the singer and encourage him to undergo treatment for drug addiction.
By the time a doctor arrived at the complex to Nelson, on the morning of 21 April, it was too late. Since then, the former lawyer of the two dead siblings Prince made more disturbing information. Attorney Michael B. Padden said that brothers and sisters reported that the singer had a penchant for drugs. Duane Nelson, who died in 2013, was adamant that the singer didn't do drugs, said Padden. He began to use the drug to cope with severe pain. The other brother confirmed the drug use of the singer, but did not participate in obtaining medication for him, said Padden. Adding to the mystery became known from the County Sheriff's office Carver, for the period from 2013 until April 21, 2015, from the house of singer was made 4 call the ambulance.
Experts are still not announced an official cause of death of Prince Rogers Nelson. The results of the autopsy are still unknown.