There's so much back-and-forth in this controversial case.
In fact, some think the cops might be flat-out lying
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
And since it could take weeks for the star's autopsy results to come back, rumors are running rampant about his cause of death.
In the week before he died, the musician's plane had to make an emergency landing. While his rep insisted it was because he was feeling ill with the flu, other reports claim the artist had overdosed on Percocet.
The performer's longtime lawyer absolutely slammed any allegations that he was addicted to drugs, but now another attorney is saying the opposite!
Mike Padden, who worked for the late legend's half-sister Lorna and his step-brother Duane (who also worked as Prince's bodyguard), says
Celebrity attorney L. Londell McMillan is prepared to defend Prince's legacy!
On Monday, the entertainment lawyer spoke out in order to clarify that Prince was NOT on any drugs and lived a clean lifestyle — despite the rampant rumors that the Purple Rain artist had a drug addiction. Oh man!
In a conversation with the Associated Press, McMillan revealed that he had spoken to the late music icon the Sunday before he died, not long after the A-lister's plane was forced to make an emergency landing due to a medical emergency. He shared:
This makes her already tragic story even sadder.
Police have stated they believe her untimely death was caused by her addiction to prescription medicines, and while we've heard what her friends and other WWE alum had to say about her passing, her manager just broke our hearts with his latest news.
That's because it was reported on Monday that Anthony Anzaldo had booked Chyna on an episode of Intervention just days before her death!
Apparently, Anthony and the docuseries had already set their plan in motion to get Chyna some help before she died, saying:
Kid Cudi is getting real about his mental health.
Over the weekend, the 32-year-old took to Twitter to discuss his ongoing battle with depression. The artist shared his story on social media, opening up about his serious struggle.
In a string of tweets, the hitmaker went online to discuss how he feels alone in the music industry.
Take a look at his NSFW confessions (below):
This all must have been a long time coming…
Johnny Manziel is currently making headlines for refusing to enter rehab, but it sounds like his downfall has been in the works for a while.
Nike spokesman Brian Strong confirmed they fired the athlete way back on March 11 of last year, almost immediately after he finished rehab the first time.
As you may recall, Johnny's manager Drew Rosenhaus also dropped the former Cleveland Browns QB on Tuesday, and now we understand why — he wasn't making any money!
All of this combined with his pending domestic abuse case must be taking its toll on Johnny Football…
Get well soon, Johnny.
[Image via Johnny Manziel/Instagram.]