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Autopsy results showed he died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a synthetic drug 50 times more powerful than heroin.

It is usually prescribed to patients who have built up a resistance to other painkillers.

That child is aching for a man to call his or her own.

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Among the six people at the scene was Andrew Kornfield, who had arrived that morning to assess Prince for a drug dependency program run by his father, Dr Howard Kornfield.

Kornfield brought along controlled substance, but told authorities he would not have administered them without a doctor present.

Updated to add: The use of the term ‘single mother’ is not exactly accurate. If you screw up and get pregnant, don’t screw up even more and bring an innocent child along with you! Divorced moms who escaped abusive marriages with drug/sex/gambling/whatever addicts should not get a free pass from you, either.

If you are a mother and you are collecting child support, you are not a single mother. The rest of us who have to LIVE with your fucked up, emotionally scarred children will PAY you to have a fucking abortion. Second, single mothers are clearly really, really shitty at making life decisions. You both put each other’s happiness above your own. Now divorced mothers, who are a breed of single mothers, MIGHT be a little different, but whenever you approach one, sing this little song in your head: it takes two to tango. Even if it’s TRUE that the husband was a colossal fuck-up, you need to ask yourself what kind of imperceptive moron couldn’t spot that?

That prescription was written six days before Prince's death, when he overdosed on a plane heading home from a concert in Atlanta.

First responders revived him that time with two doses of a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.

An intensely private person, the documents show that Prince also traveled under the name Peter Bravestrong.

Authorities found several prescription medications around Prince's home, kept in Ziploc bags, envelopes and a luggage case, as well as a pamphlet on how to be weaned off of drugs, according to the warrants.

Only one tested positive for fentanyl, and police continue to investigate how he got the drug - which he did not have a prescription for.

The warrants also showed that Prince's physician, Dr Michael Todd Schulenberg, prescribed him oxycodone under his bodyguard Kirk Johnson's name, in order to protect his privacy.

Johnson reportedly told authorities who responded to the scene that Prince was dealing with opioid abuse and withdrawl.