Chris Cornell’s widow sues his ex-doctor for malpractice and wreckless prescribing of drugs

The last drugs Chris took were “a couple of Ativans,” the anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam. She was convinced that there were other factors at work, including the role of prescription drugs. Yesterday (November 1), Vicky filed a malpractice lawsuit against Dr. Any visits, phone calls or office appointments? Dr. Could that have something to do with Chris’ sudden move to kill himself? Koblin’s staff, it’s alleged, allowed his staff–non-doctors–to write Ativan scripts without any medical backup. From the moment her husband took his own life, Vicky Cornell believed was more to the story than Chris suddenly turning suicidal. Read more here. Vicky says there weren’t any. TMZ says the lawsuit points at the fact that Chris was an “addiction-prone individual” but no steps were taken to protect his well-being. Robert Koblin, claiming that he shovelled a lot of drugs Chris’ way (including 940 doses of Ativan and some Oxycodone) through the last 20 months of his life.
Chris Cornell’s widow sues his ex-doctor for malpractice and wreckless prescribing of drugs