Looks like it's going to be a while longer until we know for sure how Prince died — but we do know he didn't take his own life and wasn't a victim of foul play.
The 57-year-old reclusive pop singer was found unresponsive in the elevator at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota on April 21. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police said the autopsy, which they performed a day later on Friday, April 22, had been completed, but a cause of death would take several more weeks to determine, since officials are running a battery of toxicology and other tests. They said they don't suspect murder or suicide.
"A sign of trauma is that something violent would have happened," Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson told reporters at a brief news conference on Friday. "There is no sign of that at all."
Prince (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
And though all law enforcement officials there carry the treatment used to reverse drug overdoses, known as Narcan, "that was not used at all yesterday," he added.
Prince's sudden, shocking death came less than a week after his private plane had to make an emergency landing, reportedly after he collapsed from a drug overdose on Percocet, according to TMZ. His reps explained the incident as the result of the singer battling the flu.
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Prince was hospitalized and advised to stay at least 24 hours, but reportedly left a few hours later when he was denied a private room.
TMZ also says the legendary pop star had gotten hooked on the extremely addictive opiate pain killer for debilitating hip pain and could be seen pacing outside a Walgreens near his home waiting for his prescription the week before he died. He was spotted at the drugstore four times that week, the site said.
Here's hoping we'll get some more answers about what happened soon.