"Purple Rain" singer Prince died at age 57 in April 2016 at his Minnesota residence. They include public spaces of the large complex - seen since Prince's death by thousands of fans who have toured what is now a museum - but also private views of his bedroom, the elevator where his body was found, and the so-called "vault" and other areas where much of his prodigious recording output was stored.
Metz says nothing in the evidence suggests Prince knowingly took it or that there was a "sinister motive".
While Metz said that there is "no doubt" that the actions of those around Prince would be eyed suspiciously, "suspicions and innuendo are categorically insufficient" to file charges.
Fentanyl is a risky opioid, and Prince was found to have a dosage in his bloodstream well above the lethal level, acquired from taking a counterfeit Vicodin pill.
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Surveillance footage showed the bodyguard Johnson at a Walgreens, picking up a prescription hours before Prince's death. "As licensed professionals, doctors are held to a high level of accountability in their prescribing practices, especially when it comes to highly addictive painkillers".
State prosecutors say they haven't determined the source of the fentanyl and no charges will be filed. A law enforcement official close to the investigation told The Associated Press that the federal investigation is now inactive unless new information emerges.
That evening Schulenberg spoke with Prince's management, about arranging chemical dependency treatment for Prince, Metz said.
A search warrant in the case said Johnson asked Schulenberg to prescribe pain medication for Prince, and the doctor prescribed oxycodone in Johnson's name. The official cause of death was ruled to be a self-administered overdose. The medical report claimed that there was 67.8 micrograms of fentanyl per liter of blood in his bloodstream.