Images released of Prince dead inside his Paisley Park compound

Devoid of numerous personal details, like pictures of acquaintances or relatives, the video exposes a house adorned with the singer’s accomplishments, albeit oddly.

Sadly, it has been revealed that Prince battled with drugs throughout almost his entire adult life, as bottles of pills were found scattered throughout his multi-million dollar home, along with cash and files in the vault.

On April 21, 2016, the singer’s corpse was found on the first level of the complex, near an elevator. The footage captured by the investigators revealed Prince’s lifeless body resting on the ground, a scene that DailyMail.Com decided not to display. A postmortem examination later determined that his death resulted from an unintentional overdose of drugs. The investigators’ recording was captured shortly thereafter.

On the day the singer passed away, authorities declared that no legal actions would be taken, coinciding with the release of pictures and footage depicting the last moments of the 57-year-old.

Revealing her obsession, the 57-year-old’s youthful and stunning appearance is showcased in a series of photos that display a cluttered vanity filled with beauty products and cosmetics.

On top of the full case, there sat a box of hair dye, which also featured a bundle of cash and jars of pills. Mer La sells a wide range of products, including makeup, exfoliators, and other such items. The counter was fully stocked with expensive moisturizing creams, as well as hundreds of dollars.

It seems that one of the doctors Prince has written a list of supplements and medications for stress and weight loss, as well as several boxes of various supplements and vitamins.

The primary area of amusement in the Paisley Park estate showcased a colossal emblem on the ground, along with paintings and artwork embodying his emblem. Within his residence, celestial-themed paintings and even a set of eyes surveilling the premises from overhead echoed the renowned artist’s emblematic fashion. Prince famously insisted on being addressed solely by his emblem, which was also prominently displayed throughout the mansion.

In another room, a rack of shoes reveals just a fraction of Prince’s glamorous shoe collection, featuring dozens of high heels in glittery silver and gold.

His numerous achievements, honors, gold, and platinum were scattered throughout the hallways and rooms, while his various appearances over the years adorned entire doors with countless pictures of Prince throughout the house.

Among the stacks of money, there was a desk with handcrafted paintings, along with a dictionary, thesaurus, and a Bible. The video also showcased Prince’s peculiarities.

The vocalist’s nearby library membership was discovered by detectives, while on a desk, alongside a silver utensil, a heap of pale substance was displayed in another photograph.

The visuals and images depict a portrayal of a mature, secluded artist, whose existence had started to center around narcotics.

Officials said that the investigation into the singer’s death was unable to determine who had supplied Prince with the fentanyl-laced pills, which resulted in his fatal overdose.

The officials stated that the singer thought he was taking Vicodin in the weeks and days leading up to his death. However, the investigation revealed that Prince had no idea that the pills contained Fentanyl.

At the time of his death, neither Prince nor those close to him knew that he was addicted to Fentanyl, suggesting this.

According to an autopsy report released by the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office, Prince passed away from a self-administered Fentanyl overdose.

The accidental death of the 57-year-old vocalist was determined, and the sole recorded reason on the medical examiner’s document was ‘Fentanyl toxicity’.

Todd Michael Schulenberg, the doctor accused of illegally prescribing an opioid painkiller to musician Prince, has agreed to settle a federal civil violation by paying $30,000.

Reporters informed Mark Metz, the lawyer representing Carver County, where Prince’s Paisley Park estate is located, that we lack adequate evidence to press charges against anyone in connection with Prince’s death, in essence.

The others who cared for the singer are still waiting to see if prosecutors file any criminal charges following the two-year investigation into the Prince’s death.

Mark Metz, the attorney for Carver County, stated on Thursday, ‘In essence, we lack adequate evidence to press charges against any individual in connection with Prince’s demise. To formally accuse someone of a crime, we need to establish probable cause and a reasonable probability of obtaining a conviction.’

The autopsy of Prince revealed that at the time of his death, he was entirely dressed in a black cap, pants, shirt, socks, and boxer briefs. He was discovered unresponsive inside an elevator at his estate in Paisley Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Additionally, it was revealed that he weighed just 112lbs and stood at a height of 5ft 3in.

The narcotics supplier who previously provided drugs to Prince held the belief that opioids were the reason behind the musician’s demise when he spoke solely to DailyMail.Com.

The entertainer additionally revealed that he planned to allocate a maximum of $40,000 on a pair of medications, Dilaudid tablets and Fentanyl patches, that would sustain him for a duration of six months.

From 1984 to 2008, Doctor D, Prince’s dealer, characterized the singer as being heavily dependent and claimed to have supplied drugs to him.

Prince was afraid to obtain prescription drugs because he explained to doctors that he sold them to get the necessary money on stage and to escape the fear and pressure of performing.

The main reason that officials said the federal authorities had brought in the investigation was because Prince had visited multiple states before his death weeks ago.

Prince’s private jet made an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois, six days before he died so he could be rushed to hospital.

The singer, who was flying from Atlanta for a show, did not stay the night at the hospital and was treated for the flu.

Wait a couple of days before you expend any prayers.’ Informing them, he was recuperating, to inform his followers, mere days prior to his demise, in Minnesota, at a social gathering, he materialized.

During that week, the vocalist had visited the drugstore for the fourth occasion, departing from a Walgreen’s located close to his residence at approximately 7pm on the evening prior to his demise; this was the most recent photograph taken of Prince.

He later found his personal assistant Bekure Meron and friend Kirk Johnson lying unresponsive in an elevator inside his vast estate, 13 hours later and headed back an hour later.

The vocalist did not achieve success in resuscitating, but emergency medical technicians conducted cardiopulmonary resuscitation upon reaching the location five minutes after receiving an emergency call.

Officials later declared that the vocalist was probably deceased for around six hours prior to the discovery of his remains.

A postmortem examination was conducted the next day.

The origin of those pills is still unknown. According to Metz, Prince believed he was consuming a different medication, Vicodin, but instead the pills he possessed contained fentanyl.

‘Most likely, Prince had no clue that he was consuming a fake pill that had the potential to be fatal,’ Metz stated.

There is no evidence that the pills or pill prescribed by a doctor actually killed Prince. There is also no evidence to suggest any sinister conspiracy or intent to murder Prince.

In the upcoming days and weeks, the conduct of people surrounding Prince will face criticism, scrutiny, and evaluation, noted Metz, stating that an individual provided Prince with the fatal medication.

However, he stated: ‘Doubts and insinuations are absolutely inadequate to substantiate any criminal accusations.’

Prince’s bandmates and fans were shocked by his death as he outwardly appeared to be a health model, rarely consuming alcohol and abusing drugs, while following a vegetarian diet.

But behind his blindfolded guitar play, he was so versatile that he could stem pain from a hip operation he secretly suffered from. Over the course of his career, he won seven Grammy Awards, becoming a star with his album ‘Purple Rain’.

Prince, who had bottles marked with labels such as Aleve and Bayer, became the most famous face in the United States to face the epidemic of painkiller abuse, leading to his death.

Last year, more than 42,000 people died from opioid abuse, with a particular impact on white lower-middle-class communities, as reported by the Department of Health and Human Services. Approximately 2.1 million individuals across the country were affected by this issue.

Metz stated that the passing of Prince is a sorrowful demonstration that opioid dependency and overdose deaths do not discriminate, irrespective of the demographic.

Prince’s sudden death has sparked a messy battle to determine control of his estate, which is rumored to be worth up to $300 million, with an untold number of legendary songs stored in his vaults.

The Prince did not leave a testament and had no spouse or any living offspring, which led to his siblings gaining authority.

Fans have been able to enter Monetize his legacy by opening his estate as tours, which boasts a once mythic hideaway, Park Paisley.