Prince’s Doc Just Mysteriously Quit His Job

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This seems SKETCH.

The doctor who is being targeted in the Prince investigation abruptly left the facility where he practiced…and no one is saying WHY. It’s got “dude was prescribing too much percocet” written all over it, which is kind of a hazard of the trade. When you’re famous, you can have a doc be your living, breathing, pharmacy o’ deadly/wonderful goodies. TMZ reports:

Dr. Michael Schulenberg was at Paisley Park when Prince died, and as we reported, authorities obtained a search warrant to seize the doctor’s medical records and, more specifically, prescriptions he wrote for the singer.

As we previously reported, Dr. Schulenberg saw Prince on April 7th and April 20th — the day before Prince died. He also wrote prescriptions for Prince that were to be filled at Walgreens … the pharmacy Prince visited 4 times in the last 7 days of his life.

Turns out … Dr. Schulenberg worked at North Memorial Physicians clinic in Minnetonka, Minnesota. The facility is 10 miles from Prince’s estate. A rep from the facility told TMZ … the doctor left “in the last few days” but would not say if he was terminated or just quit.

Before Dr. Schulenberg worked at North Memorial, we’re told he practiced at Ridgeview Hospital and Prince’s bodyguard told cops he took Prince to that hospital in 2014 and 2015.

Dr. Schulenberg has a clean record, and even got an MBA in addition to his MD and gave a video testimonial for his MBA school. He talks about the virtues of the business of medicine.

Oooof. I guess everybody at Walgreens knew the answer to this mystery. Dr. Schulenberg should be ashamed. And probably, in prison.

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 at 8:08am
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