Dr. Howard Kornfeld and son, Andrew Kornfeld
It’s now making total sense as to what the Late singer, musician and song-writer, Prince meant when he said, “don’t waste your prayers, wait a few days”. It’s now been reported that Prince was to meet with Dr. Howard Kornfeld, a California addictions specialist. It’s being reported that Prince’s representatives had called for “emergency help” on April 20th, the day before Prince was found dead.
Kornfeld was said to be unable to make the first meeting and sent his son, Andrew Kornfield who was also a practitioner in the addiction practise instead as an emergency measure and, had also called a local doctor who allegedly cleared his morning to help stabilize Prince before he could be transported to Calfornia for treatment for substance abuse. It was Andrew Kornfeld who had placed the 911 call upon finding Prince dead in the elevator. That would explain why the 911 caller on tape, didn’t know the proper address.
William Mauzy, who is acting as the Kornfeld family’s attorney, told a newspaper that Howard Korfeld had been called on the evening of the 20th of April because Prince “was dealing with a grave medical emergency.”
Kornfield’s son, Andrew Kornfeld, got to Paisley Park at about 9:30 a.m. on the 21st of April and one can put together puzzle pieces to say that he was let in by staff who, upon his arrival, went searching for the late singer in the large estate. Kornfeld joined the 3 staff members in the search where they found his lifeless body in the elevator.
It’s said that Andrew Kornfeld, had been given a small amount of buprenorphine to take with him, a drug that is said to be used in the Kornfeld clinic to help with pain but, not be addictive as well as having less chance of over dosing. Kornfeld, of course, never had to give Prince any of it as he was already dead upon his arrival. Investigators have that unused medication in their possession now.
One can only imagine that people closest to him and perhaps, his “friend” who drove him to the pharmacy that evening, had become extremely worried when they allegedly called Kornfeld on the evening of April 20th (the night before Prince was found dead) saying that Prince had “a grave medical emergency”. We know that it had to do with medication addictions because they wouldn’t have called Kornfield for any other type of medical condition.
If this is correct information, that sheds much more light on the likely possibility that Prince’s addiction to pain meds was the true cause of his death and he likely did overdose or, at the least, mixed medications with a deadly reaction. One way or the other, it was medication/drugs that Prince put into his own body.