BREAKING NEWS: Corey Haim Had 553 Doses of Prescription Drugs In 1 Month

Shocking new details are being revealed about the last month of teen idol Corey Haim’s life. And now RadarOnline.com can reveal what drugs he had access to during the final days of his life.

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On Tuesday morning, California Attorney General Jerry Brown Brown Jr. revealed that Haim visited seven different doctors and seven different pharmacies to obtain at least 553 doses of prescription drugs, including dangerous narcotics.

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The Attorney General’s reports states between February 2, 2010 and March 5, 2010, Haim had more than 195 Valium pills, 194 Soma’s, 149 Vicodin pills, and 15 Xanax pills.

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Jerry Brown says,  “In a period of 32 days, Corey Haim obtained at least 553 doses of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.  He died five days later. It’s important for people to understand that legal, prescribed drugs can be just as dangerous as street drugs, and doctor shopping can be deadly.”

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According to the Attorney General’s office, Haim’s physician confirmed that he was addicted to pain medication, and that Haim had used at least one alias to get pain pills. The report also said that Haim was doctor shopping to get his pills. Haim’s doctors told agents that he was very convincing as to why he needed prescription meds for pain claiming shoulder pain while filming a movie in Canada. Haim sought out emergency rooms and urgent care clinics to get pills.  He also claimed he was not seeing any other doctors and discussed his future plans to have surgery. Some of those doctors said they felt “duped” and “conned” when they found out from Haim’s primary physician that he was a drug seeker.

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As RadarOnline.com first reported Corey Haim’s name was also linked to an illegal prescription drug ring in Southern California in which prescription drug pads are stolen from doctors and used illegally. The investigation has so far connected 5,000 fraudulent prescriptions and led to one arrest.

Corey died nearly a month ago. An official cause of death still has not been determined.

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