Police release findings into Prince's death, giving glimpse into his final days

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Several images show the music superstar's body on the floor of his Paisley Park estate, near an elevator.

Almost two years after his death, images of Prince and Paisley Park during his final days were released after Carver County authorities announced Thursday that there would be no criminal charges in his death.

Legal documents unsealed past year revealed that the musician had medication prescribed to him under the name of his bodyguard, Kirk Johnson. Prince's doctor had prescribed a medication used to treat opioid withdrawal. I can drive over if it would help.

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There's also photos from inside Prince's Paisley Park vault and a Sinéad O'Connor police interview from May 2016 where she alleged that Prince had a history of drug use and violence towards women.

Metz is not filing charges against anyone in Prince's death, which was two years ago tomorrow.

"There is no reliable evidence showing how Prince obtained the counterfeit Vicodin containing fentanyl", Carver County Attorney Mark Metz told reporters. The "Purple Rain" singer was under the impression that he was taking Vicodin but was actually taking counterfeit pills that were laced with fentanyl.

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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.

Schulenberg had examined Prince in the weeks before his death and illegally prescribed the star 15 Percocet pills in the name of his manager, Kirk Johnson, in order to protect the star's privacy, officials said.

The settlement "is neither an admission of facts nor liability by Dr. Schulenberg", court records said.

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