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Prince spent his sad final days in a mansion that had become a drug den! Disturbing new documents reveal that cops discovered Prince had left his Paisley Park complex littered with bags of powerful painkillers — as the legendary rocker abused his body with powerful opiates. The National ENQUIRER originally reported on how Prince had hidden his cocktail of AIDS medications, but cops now say that other drugs were also found stashed throughout his home: "The controlled substances were not contained in typical prescription pill bottles, but rather, were stored in various other containers such as vitamin bottles."
RadarOnline.com has also revealed that several prescription bottles were found under the name of Kirk Johnson — a longtime friend and bodyguard of the doomed rock star. Warrants showed that Prince's physician, Dr Michael Todd Schulenberg, claimed that he wrote Prince's prescriptions for Oxycodone in the name of Johnson to protect his privacy. Oxycodone is an opiate that's as dangerous as morphine, codeine, heroin, and hydrocodone. One prescription was written just six days before Prince's death, at the same time that the rocker made headlines with an emergency plane landing to save him from a near-fatal overdose!
The documents also show that Prince's bodyguard had admitted to investigators that the rocker had been struggling with opioid abuse and withdrawal. In addition to seeing Dr. Schulenberg, Prince had an appointment on the day of his death with Andrew Kornfield — who had arrived at Paisley Park that morning to assess Prince for a drug dependency program run by his father, Dr Howard Kornfield.