Prince Investigation Evidence Has Been Released To The Public

David Layde

It was announced this week that no charges would be made relatiing to Prince’s untimely death. After the announcement, the Carver County sheriff’s office in Minnesota has made15GB of data available to the public. This covers the ‘vast majority’ of evidence released to the public under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.

This comprises of Images of Prince’s body form the scene of death. There’s also a CCTV clip of the star visiting a doctor’s office the day before he died and interviews with people close to the singer who had raises concerns about his health in the days running up to his death.

There’s also images from inside Prince’s Paisley Park vault and a police interview with  Sinéad O’Connor from May 2016 where she claimed that Prince had a history of drug use and violence towards women.


O’Connor said to police, ‘I’ve seen him in very frightening conditions after using drugs.He had been extremely violent to a number of women in his life, including myself, and several women were put in the hospital while Prince was under the effects of these medications.’

And finally, this weekend Radio Nova is making radio history.   Nova is the first Irish radio station to team up with Shazam, the world’s leading music discovery app and they’re giving listeners a chance to win tickets to the Rolling Stones. Once Nova plays a Rolling Stones track across the weekend listeners are encouraged to ‘Shazam’ it and click to win tickets.