The man who discovered Prince’s body was actually there to save the singer’s life! Andrew Kornfeld, an addiction specialist, was on a ‘life saving mission’ to rescue Prince from his alleged drug abuse. Yet, when he finally arrived at the singer’s home, it was too late!
The death of Prince becomes more tragic with every new revelation. Before his death, “Purple Rain” singer was facing a “grave medical emergency” and was desperate for help! Yet, when he finally contacted addiction specialists, it would be too late.
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Prince’s people reached out to Dr. Howard Kornfeld of California on April 20, according to the doctor’s attorney, William Mauzy, according to WXOW. Prince wanted to kick an addiction to painkillers, but Dr. Howard could not immediately meet with the “Let’s Go Crazy” singer in his Minneapolis compound. Instead, Dr. Howard sent his son, Andrew Kornfeld, as his replacement.
Andrew, who is a practice consultant, was to explain how the treatment would work. “The plan was to quickly evaluate his health and devise a treatment plan,” William said, “The doctor was planning on a lifesaving mission.”
Once Prince was stable at his home in Minnesota, he would continue his treatment back at Dr. Kornfeld’s facility in California, where he would kick his reported addiction while learning how to manage his pain. Unfortunately, Andrew never got a chance to complete the “lifesaving mission.” Andrew was one of three people who found Prince’s unresponsive body in an elevator on April 21, and it was Andrew who called 911 for help. It, as we all know, was too late.
Prince reportedly entered a secret outpatient rehab program a month before he died. Prince allegedly saw a doctor over his long-standing hip pain, as well as to stop using the alleged medication for his health problems. This reported outpatient program didn’t work, as William Mauzy said that Prince’s representative told Dr. Howard Kornfeld that the singer was “dealing with a grave medical emergency.”
The exact cause of Prince’s death remains unknown at the time, despite his autopsy being completed on April 22. Because of the number of alleged painkillers found in Prince’s home and on Prince’s body, authorities are “considering” that this may have been an overdose.
We’ll continue to update this story with more details, HollywoodLifers. Our thoughts continue to go out to Prince’s family, friends and fans.