Prince Home Raided: Federal Authorities Searching His Paisley Park Home
As the world continues to wait for answers into Prince's mysterious death, Federal Authorities are raiding the late singer's Paisley Park, Minnesota, home.
More than a dozen unmarked cars led by the Carver County Sheriff's Department entered the property Tuesday night and there is a search underway in the mega mansion, according to CBS News.
As RadarOnline.com reported, a lawyer for the late musician said that Prince had agreed to an intervention for an addiction to painkillers just hours before he was found dead at age 57 in an elevator at his home on April 21.
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According to multiple reports, authorities found prescription pain pills during previous searches of his home.
The Carver County Sheriff Department released a statement about the raid: "Detectives are revisiting the scene at Paisley Park as a component of a complete investigation. No other information is available."