Chris Cornell’s Widow Suing His Doctor: “He’s A Pill-Pusher.”

Published On November 3, 2018 | By Kendal Malewicz | Entertainment News

Chris Cornell’s widow is suing his doctor, claiming he was irresponsibly giving him drugs that ultimately led to his suicide. Especially Ativan, which the lawsuit says is, quote, “well-known for its risk of addiction and the worsening of substance abuse issues with protracted unmonitored use.”  It can also cause suicidal thoughts.

The lawsuit says that Dr. Robert Koblin gave Cornell more than 940 doses as well as several doses of oxycodone.  But during that period, he never even saw or examined Cornell, or obtained his medical records to assess his condition.

The suit implies Cornell would NOT have taken his own life if he wasn’t taking the medications quote, “At the time of his death, Mr. Cornell had everything to live for and was planning a future of recordings, performances and continued work as a charitable activist.”


Cornell’s wife is seeking unspecified damages.





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