Recently unsealed documents reveal just how bad Prince’s prescription pill addiction really was. Several affidavits and search warrants related to the case were just unsealed in Carver County District Court revealing that Prince’s home was filled with pills, with cops finding Ziploc bags and envelopes containing drugs, many of which were obtained using a fake name.
Most prescriptions were filled under the name Peter Bravestrong, and cops even found a suitcase with that name filled with pill bottles, as well as song lyrics.
According to one affidavit, Dr. Michael Schulenberg told detectives that he prescribed Oxycodone to Prince the day he OD’d on a private jet, with the pills being filled in the name of the singer’s bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, to protect his privacy. Schulenberg last saw Prince on April 7thand April 20th, and the singer died from an overdose of fentanyl, a synthetic drug 50 times more powerful than heroin, on April 21st.