Prescription Drugs Found at Prince's Home, Police Say

The singer was found dead last week in an elevator inside his Paisley Park home in Minnesota.
1:56 | 04/28/16

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New information now on prince's death. Law enforcement sources have told ABC news that prescription drugs were found with his body, raising questions about whether they were responsible for his death. ABC's Eva pilgrim is on the scene at paisley park. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, George. Still so many questions this morning. It will be weeks before we know an official cause of death for prince. This as his family moves forward trying to split up his estate. Amongst his six living siblings. This morning, new details about what investigators found inside prince's home after his death. Law enforcement sources telling ABC news prescription drugs were found in his possession and at his home. The carver county sheriff's department now reaching out to the Dea in the event those drugs are later determined to be the cause of the singer's death. Friends and family say it is no secret he took pain medication for hip pain. ♪ Like it's 1999 ♪ Reporter: After decades of dancing, partying like it's 1999, they say playing it up big for the crowd took its toll on his body. Sheila E. Telling "Gma" the day after his death that prince lived his life in pain. If you can imagine all these years jumping off risers in those shoes and the heels and what it's done to his body, you know, it's like any athlete. Reporter: Prince's toxicology report will still take weeks to complete. Meanwhile, prince's only full sister is moving forward in court after verifying that her brother didn't have a will. A judge now appointing a Minneapolis company to temporarily oversee prince's estimated 300 plus million dollar estate. The move gives Bremer trust who previously worked with prince authority to manage and supervise the star's assets as well as determine his heirs. And his family is expected in court next week as they continue to try to settle his estate. Amy.

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