Michael Jackson's medical history is starting to unfold in pill form.
Los Angeles County Coroner's officials have confiscated various prescription drugs from the entertainer's rented Holmby Hills mansion, Chief Investigator Ed Winter told reporters Monday.
A team from the medical examiner's office, including Winter and a photographer, had been spotted going inside around noon.
The investigators emerged from the residence toting two large plastic bags, declining to mention any specifics of what they found or where. They removed "additional medical evidence as part of our work with the LAPD," Winter said.
The Los Angeles Times reported today that authorities are in the process of interviewing a number of doctors who prescribed medication for Jackson.
The initial autopsy performed Friday was ruled inconclusive pending the results of toxicology tests in six to eight weeks, though Winter confirmed that Jackson was taking prescription meds. A second autopsy requested by the family was performed the following day.
But while fans and family alike won't know for sure what caused Jackson's sudden heart failure, the star's longtime friend Dr. Deepak Chopra has little doubt that drug use may have come into play.