In the case of Prince’s death, there will be no criminal charges

In the case of Prince's death, there will be no criminal charges
In the case of Prince’s death, there will be no criminal charges

The prosecutor’s office is not going to bring charges against anyone in the case of the death of the popular singer Prince (Prince) because of an overdose of fentanyl.

The Office of Public Prosecutor of Carver County, Minnesota, announced that there would be no charges in connection with Prince’s death, and the musician most likely did not know that he had taken an overdose of the drug. “There is no evidence that any person associated with Prince knew that he had tablets containing fentanyl,” says prosecutor Mark Metz. “Most likely, the musician had no idea that he was taking pills that could kill him.”

“There is no evidence that the pills that actually killed Prince were prescribed by a doctor,” he said. Local and federal investigators were unable to determine who supplied the singer fake Vicodin tablets containing fentanyl.

Recall, Prince was found dead on April 21, 2016 in the elevator of his estate in Minnesota. Now his house together with a personal sound studio has become a museum.

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