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While Whitney Houston’s cause of death isn’t known yet, the police are trying to get to the bottom of the source of the prescription pills found in her hotel room.

Whitney Houston’s return home comes as her doctors are said to be facing questions over whether she obtained the drugs found in her Beverly Hill Hilton Hotel room illegally.

The investigation into Whitney’s death is now turning to her doctors and pharmacies. Investigators are expected in the next few days to serve subpoenas on the singer’s physicians and the pharmacies where Houston obtained multiple prescription drugs. Officials aim to determine whether the drugs were dispensed properly, and if the singer was receiving too many prescriptions.

Investigators will likely look over a state-created database of controlled substances prescribed in California. Tracking celebrity prescription drug use can be complicated because they may regularly use drugs prescribed to aides, according to law enforcement authorities.

“Celebrities often get their prescription drugs from doctors who are more than willing to give them what they want, and sometimes using members of their entourage,” says one LA investigator. And prosecuting doctors for writing too many prescriptions is extremely difficult.

Beverly Hills police revealed that wine and beer, as well as bottles of prescription drugs Ativan, Valium, and Xanax, were found in Whitney’s hotel room the day she was found “underwater and unconscious” in the bathtub.

via TheWordEyeHeard

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