BB King’s daughters prompt homicide investigation after claiming their father …

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B.B. King’s Daughters Say Two Close Aides Poisoned Him.

Two of B.B. An autopsy was performed on King’s body over the weekend and Las Vegas police confirmed Monday that homicide detectives are probing “The Thrill is Gone” musician’s death.

Two BB King heirs who have been most outspoken about the blues legend’s care in his final days are accusing King’s two closest aides of poisoning him. King’s daughters, Karen Williams and Patty King, are alleging that two of the late musician’s closest aides sped up his death by poisoning him, according to a report from the Associated Press on Monday. A memorial procession for King is planned for Wednesday in Memphis, Tenn., in which his casket is expected to be driven down famed Beale St., where King got his start in show business and garnered the nickname “Beale Street Blues Boy.” Patty King accused the assistants of abusing her father and pilfering up to $30 million from him. Toney is named in King’s will as executor of an estate that according to court documents filed by lawyers for some of King’s heirs could total tens of millions of dollars. The allegations come days after a public viewing in Las Vegas drew more than 1,000 fans and mourners and a weekend family-and-friends memorial drew 350.

An affidavit from Patty King, who used to live at King’s home, said she saw Johnson administer to King two drops of an unknown substance on his tongue during evenings for several months before his death, and that Toney never told her what the substance was. Three doctors determined that King was appropriately cared for, Bryson said, and King received 24-hour care and monitoring by medical professionals “up until the time that he peacefully passed away in his sleep”. “This is extremely disrespectful to BB King,” Bryson said. “He did not want invasive medical procedures.

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