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Counterfeit drugs killed music legend Prince: Reports

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1080570-11-20160822000759Interesting developments in the death of music legend Prince. According to the AP, officials have non directly confirmed that nearly two dozen phony drugs were reportedly found in Prince’s home following his death. Per officials, the phony drugs reportedly contained near lethal levels of fentanyl, ultimately, the drug that later killed the Purple Rain singer.

Interestingly, records for the then 57 year old singer revealed that in the 12 months leading up to his untimely death he had no lawful prescriptions for any one particular kind of medication.

 


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