Three pharmacists from Indiana were busted for trying to pry inside the late singer’s medical records
The incident seems to have happened just a few days after the famous artist’s death. Following their actions, the state’s Pharmacy Board has released them from their qualifications.
According to the official statement, within days after the musician’s passing away, the pharmacists attempted access through Indiana’s online INSPECT database, with the goal of obtaining a detailed report on his medical history. The system prevented the illegal action, yet nevertheless the “hackers” were identified.
Since the pharmacists were not authorized to perform this action, they were sanctioned and suspended by the Indiana Board of Pharmacy. Pharmacists Katrina A. Kalb, Kimberly M. Henson, and Michael Eltzroth were reprimanded and fined for a total of $2.000 and 24 hours of ethics education for every try of accessing the information.
The infractions were not commented any further by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.
Prince, also known as Prince Rogers Nelson, was a popular American singer and songwriter who died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl on last year’s April 21st, at his residence in Chanhassen, Minnesota.