Minnesota prosecutor won't file charges in Prince's death

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Since Prince's death, there's been much speculation over the vault at Paisley Park Studios, which has been said to contain recordings, memorabilia and more. However, search warrants previously released say Schulenberg told authorities he prescribed oxycodone to Prince on April 14 and put it under the name of Prince's bodyguard and close friend, Kirk Johnson, "for Prince's privacy".

Pills and other items were found in Prince's home, Paisley Park, after deputies responded to a call that he'd been found dead April 21, 2016.

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Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg examined Prince and took a blood sample and administered IV fluids. It was announced this week that no charges would be made in relation to the music icon's death. I can drive over if it would help. Crystal Zehetner, a chef for Prince who also worked as his business manager between 2010 and 2015, told Detective Chris Wagner of the Carver County Sheriff's Office that Prince would frequently complain of hip pain and that she "knew he had a substance abuse problem", according to a report from Detective Wagner.

The bottle was found in Prince's bedroom and was photographed by police as part of the investigation into his death.

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But none of his inner circle was able to give investigators the insight they needed to determine where Prince got the fentanyl that killed him.

Metz said the evidence shows Prince thought he was taking Vicodin, not fentanyl.

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"My focus was lasered in on trying to find out who provided that fentanyl, and we just don't know where he got it", said Carver County Attorney Mark Metz.

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