Prince Reportedly Prescribed Medication Weeks Leading Up to Death, Authorities Search Paisley Park

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New findings from a search warrant for Prince's medical records, obtained by ABC affiliate KSTP, indicate that Prince received a prescription shortly before his death.

According to the search warrant, a physician prescribed medication to Prince on April 7. The prescription was reportedly to be filled at a Walgreens.

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The paper also claims that Prince underwent tests on April 20, the day before he died. According to the document, a doctor was expected to drop off the results of the tests at Prince's Paisley Park residence on April 21, the day Prince was found unresponsive at home.

No details were given as to what Prince was being treated for, but KSTP reports that investigators were told Prince was treated for an illness in 2014 or 2015 at Ridgeview Hospital in Chaska, Minnesota. Prince's medical records were later sealed.

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On Tuesday, the Carver County Sheriff's Office tweeted that "detectives are revisiting the scene at Paisley Park as a component of a complete investigation." No other information was available.

Last week, the Star Tribune reported that the painkiller Percocet was present in Prince's body when he was found on April 21, citing a source familiar with the ongoing investigation.

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The same source told the paper that it's unclear whether the potent opioid caused or contributed to the legendary musician's death.

Results from a toxicology report have yet to be released.