A secret toxicology report for the late singer, Prince, has been released revealing shockingly high levels of the drug fentanyl in his system at the time of his death. According to TMZ reports the toxicology screen results were obtained by the Associated Press. The new reports are raising some frightening questions surrounding the singer's untimely death.

Where did Prince get such large amounts of Fentanyl?

Prince had "exceedingly high" levels of fentanyl in his system at the time of his death, according to a new toxicology report obtained by the Associated Press. Prince was a petite man and am an exceedingly high level of fentanyl in very disturbing.

The "Purple Rain" hitmaker died on unexpectedly on April 21, 2016, leaving hundreds of thousands of fans mourning the loss.

Help was called before singer's death

At the time of his death in 2016, drug overdose was highly suspected, however, no one could have predicted the insane fentanyl levels found in his body. The report reveals that the singer's blood contained an unreal 67.8 micrograms per liter. The report also clearly notes that people who have overdosed on the drug have died from as little as 3 micrograms per liter and as high as 58.

Prince's blood contained nearly 10 micrograms per liter more than coroners have previously seen in past overdose deaths, even from a person prescribed high does for chronic pain relief. The report also reveals that the singer's liver also contained a huge concentration level of 450 micrograms per kilogram.

A side note states that anything larger than 69 micrograms is considered in overdose and fatal cases.

It was also revealed that the singer's stomach revealed lethal amounts which indicate that Prince ingested the drug orally. So many questions are being asked about the singer's death, was it accidental, was it intentional, or did someone else play a part in his overdose? Another important question: How did he manage to obtain such high doses of such a dangerous drug without detection by the pharmacies? Even using multiple doctors and drug stores, this large amount should have been red flagged by the DEA.

DEA computer monitoring systems in place over the past few years have made it almost impossible for drug seekers to obtain drugs through doctor shopping.This leads many to believe that he was seeking out the drugs through illegal means. It is also very unlikely that he was chasing down dealers and making drug runs himself.

Others should have been aware of his drug use activities

If this is accurate, then that means that there are at least two other people who are well aware of the singer's drug use activities at the time of his death/responsible for the singer's death.

It is just a shame that someone so talented and loved by so many was taken from the earth in a needless and preventable way. Previous reports reveal members of Prince's entourage called an eminent opioid addiction specialist in California seeking urgent help for the singer.

Too little, too late resulted in the death of a musical genius and legend. What are your thoughts on Prince's secret toxicology results?