B.B. King’s daughters claim father was poisoned and murdered leading to autopsy by Clark County!
B.B King the Blues legendary artist has been examined by a coroner of the Nevada County. The autopsy occurred as a result of homicide allegations filed by King’s two daughters.
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According to the officials right now they do not have any substantial evidence the allegations of foul play are relevant but they are taking them very seriously and a thorough investigation is going to follow.
John Fudenberg the Clark County Coroner revealed to NBC News that they have been coordinating with the Las Vegas Homicide Division and the investigation is expected to take at least 6 to 8 weeks.
An official from the Las Vegas Police declared an official investigation has not yet been launched and cannot start until the Clark County coroner reveals whether King’s death was from natural or unnatural causes.
The autopsy was ordered when two of B.B. King’s daughters Patty King and Karen Williams alleged the death of the late musician was sped up by two of B.B. Kings’ closest aide’s personal assistant Myron Johnson and business manager LaVerne Toney.
According to King’s daughters B.B. King was poisoned and given other foreign substances which resulted in his death. Moreover family members had been kept away from King in his final days. Affidavits from both the daughters have been revealed to the press through their attorney Larissa Drohobyczer, in which they state their father, was poisoned and murdered.
B.B. King died at the age of 89 while in hospice on the 14th of May, in the presence of Toney while none of his family members were present. The autopsy of King’s body took place on Sunday and then was returned to the mortuary subsequently so the autopsy did not delay the funeral service.
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B. B. King will be buried on the 30th of May on the ground of a museum dedicated to him in Indianola, a little Mississippi Delta town.