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This is still so hard to wrap our heads around.
On Wednesday, Chyna's manager Anthony Anzaldo gave some insight into what might've caused the WWE icon's untimely passing.
Apparently, Anthony believes that a combination of Ambien and Valium probably caused the American athlete to overdose. How sad!
The manager noted:
While there has been plenty to talk about in the wake of the singer's death, one of the more controversial topics surrounding the death has been the circumstances in which he died and whether or not painkillers were involved.
Before Prince's passing, he was involved in an incident where his plane had to make an emergency landing and the legendary rock star was allegedly treated for a drug overdose. In fact, it was later reported that the Grammy winner OD'd on the painkiller Percocet!
Since then, there has been a lot of conflicting reports as people have taken different sides about the rumored overdose, but now there are more sources linked to the rocker's family that have come forward! The insiders told TMZ that
It turns out prescription drugs were found at Prince's home when he died.
On Wednesday, law enforcement sources confirmed to CBS news that there were prescription drugs in the artist's possession and at his Paisley Park abode at the time of his death.
Entertainment Tonight says the insider also explained that the local sheriff's office has reached out to the Drug Enforcement Administration for help with the investigation.
Authorities have previously stayed silent about anything found or taken from the scene, and we won't know for sure what caused the musician's passing until his autopsy results come back.
However, previous reports have suggested that the performer has struggled with drugs in the days leading up to his untimely death.
Only a week before he was found collapsed in an elevator,
Sigh. More trouble for Columbus Short.
According to court records obtained by the Associated Press, the former Scandal star failed a drug test after testing positive for cocaine and marijuana. He now faces a probation violation in a felony assault case.
To catch you up, the 33-year-old was charged after he delivered a running punch to a man during a family gathering back in 2014 — a blow that reportedly left the man unconscious with a fractured eye socket.
As a result, Short was sentenced to three years on supervised probation, two months of community labor, and anger management counseling.
In light of the recent infractions, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge has scheduled a court date for May 9th.
Welp — if it's not one thing, it's another…
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This is so intense.
On Wednesday, Nick Gordon opened up about his late love Bobbi Kristina's tragic drowning which led to her eventual death months later. How sad!
As you may know, back in January 2015, the R&B scion was found face down and unresponsive in the bathtub — which is eerily similar to the same way her mother Whitney Houston died. In a sit down with DailyMail, Nick emotionally talked about what exactly went down the hours before B.K.'s passing and about their drug use as a couple.
"I blame myself for not getting to Krissy quick enough that day. I can't blame myself for another addict's addiction but I feel like I failed her. She didn't make it. I wish she got help. I wish she got my spot [in rehab]. I did not protect her the way that I was supposed to – even if it was from herself."
In case you forgot, Nick sought treatment after Dr. Phil held an intervention for him last year. The late celebutante's fiancé is slated to appear on the celebrity doctor's show again this Thursday and Friday.
In addition to his addiction problems, Nick has been under intense scrutiny for his actions surrounding Krissy's tragic accident. While the police cannot determine another person was involved in causing Bobbi's death, her father Bobby Brown is convinced that Nick is to blame for her demise. Gordon has since called this lawsuit "bullsh*t".
In regards to the hours leading up to Miz Brown's death, Nick explained:
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: