Prince's Alleged Ex-Drug Dealer Believes The Late Singer Knowingly Purchased Mislabeled Drugs To Conceal His Addiction
The former dealer who claims to have been Prince's source for drugs for decades thinks the late singer knew exactly what pills he was taking when he died back in April.
In fact, the man who wishes to be called Doctor D says the Purple Rain artist would often buy powerful opiates concealed in mislabeled bottles in order to hide his addiction, according to DailyMail.
As you know, the music icon was found dead in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota and an autopsy later confirmed that he had overdosed on a drug called fentanyl. This week we found out the pills seized from the Raspberry Beret singer's home were labeled as hydrocodone but were actually fentanyl on the inside. To make matters worse, it's said Prince stashed the counterfeit drugs in over the counter pill bottles, such as aspirin and Vitamin C containers.
The mislabeling led authorities to question whether the 57-year-old knew exactly what he was taking.
But according to Doctor D — who previously opened up about Prince's expensive and ultimately-fatal addiction — the songwriter may not have intentionally overdosed, but he knew the contents of the drugs: