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Watch Prince’s Final Moments Alive – And His Death Scene – Caught In Shocking Video

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Prince’s dead body was caught on camera in shocking video footage released by investigators on Thursday, has learned.

In the video above, the ‘Little Red Corvette’ singer’s body – which has been censored – is seen slumped outside of the elevator within his Paisley Park home in Minnesota.

As his body lies dead on the floor, Prince’s prized possessions are seen in the footage, including his platinum and gold album certifications hung on the walls. Right outside of the location where he died, the word “Elevate” is painted on the wall.

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The video was released by Carver County authorities in Minnesota on Thursday after a press conference was held delivering the bombshell news that investigators would not be carrying out any criminal charges in the singer’s death.

Carver County Attorney Mark Metz explained the investigation resulted in officials learning that Prince “unknowingly” took prescribed Vicodin pills that had been laced with Fentanyl.


As previously reported, a toxicology report showed Prince was found with “excessively high” levels of Fentanyl in his body at the time of his death.

Additionally, another eerie video of the late singer shows one of Prince’s final moments walking in and out of a doctor’s office.

Shown above, Prince is dressed in all black from head to toe, complete with a dark hat and gloves. His face appears pale as he enters his doctor’s office with his longtime friend and bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, behind him.

Prince showed no emotion in the footage and left the medical offices empty-handed and walking at a normal speed. The videos were released at the same time as never-before-seen photos from inside of his home documenting the star possessed a secret stash of hidden pills and cash.

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