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Family of the late Chris Cornell sues doctor to

The family of Chris Cornell in Los Angeles filed a lawsuit against the doctor of the deceased grungezanger. That would give him too much medicines have been prescribed, making the singer last year in the life stepped.

Chris Cornell was on may 18, 2017 found in his hotel room in Detroit after his life had stepped. Gerechtsdokters found traces of several drugs in the body of the singer, but according to them, provided that medication is not for the death of the singer.

The family disputed this expertise and believes that Roger Koblin, the doctor from Cornell, piggy is treated with the prescription of psychoactive medicines. The widow of Cornell understand especially why the doctor Lorazepam has prescribed a powerful medicine against anxiety disorders. “This medicine affected his judgment and led him to impulsive risk-taking behaviour that he probably has killed”, it sounds in the indictment.

According to widow Vicky Cornell and her children, Toni and Christopher Dr Koblin since september 2015 are psychoactive drugs prescribed to the deceased singer without him physically to examine. In total wrote Koblin almost a thousand doses of Lorazepam for.

The concerned doctor has not yet responded to the lawsuit. Staff of his office wished not to comment, reports the newspaper the Detroit Free Press.

Those who have questions around suicide, you can visit the Zelfmoordlijn on the toll-free number to 1813 and on the website www.zelfmoord1813.be.

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