Family members of Chris Cornell sued a doctor Thursday, who they say over-prescribed medications to the rocker which would have led to his death.

Cornell's widow, Vicky Cornell, and her children, Toni and Christopher, are the plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed in the Superior Court of Los Angeles that states that prescription drugs, especially the anxiolytic lorazepam, led to the erratic behavior of the vocalist of Soundgarden before his death in Detroit in 2017 at age 52.

The lawsuit states that doctor Robert Koblin and his office in Beverly Hills "negligently and repeatedly" prescribed "dangerous substances that altered Chris' mind, which affected Cornell's cognitive ability, clouded his judgment and led to impulsive behavior.

Chris Cornell





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