Los Angeles August 25, 2018 (SITA / HSP / Photo: TASR / AP-David Brewster / Star Tribune)
The family of the late American musician Prince continued a doctor who suggested the painter for painkillers. According to them, Michael Schulenberg is unable to treat opiate addiction, which could prevent fatal overdoses in 2016.
In a lawsuit filed this week at a court in Hennepin County, they argued that "Schulenberg and others had the opportunity and the duty to diagnose the addiction to Prince's opiates within a few weeks before Prince's death. healed and prevented his death, but they failed ". The doctor refuses accusations.
Prince, the full name of Prince Rogers Nelson, was born on June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis, in the music family. As a seven-year-old he began to learn to play piano, followed by a guitar at the age of 13 and drumming a year later. The performer is considered one of the greatest music innovators. In his work he combined different genres such as funk, soul, rock, pop, jazz or r & n; b. He made his debut in 1978 with For You.
Since then, he has offered new recordings almost every year and has published 39 studio books. His latest album, HITnRUN Phase Two, released in December 2015, sold more than 100 million copies worldwide, has seven Grammy Awards, four MTV Video Music Awards, a Golden Globe and an Oscar. In 2004 he introduced him to Rock & Roll & # 39; s Roll & # 39; s Glory Hall and, according to the Rolling Stone magazine, the 27th best performing of all time. As an actor he played in the films Purple Rain (1984), Pod višňovým měsícem (1986) or Graffiti Bridge (1990). Two races are married and separated. He died on April 21, 2016 at the age of 57. The cause was an unintended overdose with fentanyl.
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