Chris Cornell‘s household has reached a confidential settlement with a physician over a malpractice lawsuit they filed that accused him of writing him scripts for “dangerous” and “mind-altering” prescription drugs that led to his demise, in accordance with authorized paperwork.
After Soundgarden rocker Chris Cornell was discovered dead by suicide in 2017. The legendary different rocker was 52 and was survived by spouse Vicky Cornell, their daughter, Toni, now 16 years previous, and their son, Christopher, now 15. In 2018, the household sued Dr. Robert Koblin, an internist and heart specialist who practices in Beverly Hills, for allegedly over-prescribing the singer “mind-altering” medicine with out really analyzing him. One of them, an anti-nervousness tablet, was present in his system on the time of his demise.
“After years of litigation and settlement negotiations, plaintiffs and (Koblin and Robertson Cardiovascular Center LLC ) have reached a confidential settlement agreement to resolve all claims asserted by each plaintiff,” the Cornell household’s attorneys state in courtroom papers filed in a Los Angeles Court in April and obtained by E! News on Thursday, May 6. “Unfortunately, as with many celebrity cases, this action has also attracted the attention of troubled individuals who have harassed plaintiffs, including by threatening the life and safety of plaintiffs Toni Cornell and Christopher Nicholas Cornell.”
The unique lawsuit, obtained by E! News, said that Chris’ household was suing the physician and his workplace for “negligently and repeatedly prescribing dangerous, mind-alerting controlled substances to Chris Cornell which impaired Mr. Cornell’s cognition, clouded his judgment, and caused him to engage in dangerous impulsive behaviors that he was unable to control, costing him his life.”