Prince suffered a fatal overdose in 2016 when he took fentanyl pills that were disguised as prescription Vicodin tablets. And after a two-year investigation, authorities in Minnesota say they haven't been able to uncover who provided the counterfeit pills and will not be filing criminal charges.
Apparently there isn’t any reliable evidence showing how Prince got the counterfeit Vicodin.
It also isn’t clear whether Prince or any of his associates even knew he was taking fentanyl.
Also, police released video shot inside Prince's home the day they found him dead.
The videos and photos were shot all over Paisley Park on the day Prince was found dead in front of an elevator door at his home.T
here also photos inside his legendary vault showing recordings, large sums of cash and recording equipment stacked on shelves. One pic shows a white powdery substance spilled out on a table with a bent spoon placed next to it. Looks ominous, however the spoon and cherry appear to be a replica of a Minnesota art piece.
Source: TMZ, USA Today