Prince's Alleged Drug Dealer Reveals The Singer's Expensive Addiction To Pain Killers That Lasted Nearly Three Decades
This is scary.
A man — who only wishes to be named as Doctor D — has come forward in Minnesota claiming that he is the late superstar Prince's drug dealer, and alleging that the Purple Rain singer had a very serious dependency on pain killers.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, this 'Doctor D' alleges that for nearly 30 years, Prince was spending $40,000 every six months on a supply of Dilaudid pills and Fentanyl patches — both opioid pain killers that are incredibly addictive.
Doctor D, who claims Prince bought from him between 1984 and 2008, said of his history with the legendary singer: