Chris Cornell's Family Reaches Settlement With Doctor Who Prescribed Him "Mind-Altering" Drugs

Chris Cornell's Family Reaches Settlement With Doctor Who Prescribed Him
Chris Cornell's family has reached a confidential settlement with a doctor over a malpractice lawsuit they filed that accused him of writing him scripts for "dangerous" and "mind-altering" prescription medications that led to his death, according to legal documents. After Soundgarden rocker Chris Cornell was found dead by suicide in 2017. The legendary alternative rocker was 52 and was survived by wife Vicky Cornell, their daughter, Toni, now 16 years old, and their son, Christopher, now 15. In 2018, the family sued Dr. Robert Koblin, an internist and cardiologist who practices in Beverly Hills, for allegedly over-prescribing the singer "mind-altering" drugs without actually...
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