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.
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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,
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The Drug Enforcement Administration is hot on the trail of a group of scammers posing as DEA agents so they can rip off unsuspecting Americans who have purchased prescriptions online.
Impostors call their victims and claim they have been indicted on drug charges for illegally purchasing prescriptions through a website registered in the Dominican Republic.
One such victim was a Hollywood producer who immediately called his lawyer to deal with the charges. One of the "agents" told the lawyer his client could "make the case go away" if he paid a civl penalty.
Fortunately, the lawyer grew suspicious and taped the next phone conversation to hand over to the REAL Drug Enforcement Agency.
It turns out these con artists are using names of actual agents and have already convinced a number of people to send in money in hopes of their "indictment" going away.
Ugh! Such a shame! We hope these guys get caught and get what they deserve!
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