California's top law enforcement official will reveal details of how he says former child actor Corey Haim got dangerous drugs in the days before his death.
Attorney General Jerry Brown called a news conference for Tuesday to discuss "Corey Haim's 'doctor shopping' in the final weeks of his life," Brown's office said.
The coroner has not yet ruled on what killed Haim, 38, who died last month after collapsing at the Los Angeles apartment he shared with his mother.
Haim obtained drugs using prescriptions written under the names of 20 Los Angeles doctors in the past year, Los Angeles County Deputy Coroner Ed Winter said last month. The coroner subpoenaed medical records from those doctors, Winter said.
Although Haim battled drug addiction for decades, his manager said his death came when Haim "was making major progress" with a program to wean him from pills.
Still, Haim sometimes threatened to find other doctors to prescribe him drugs when his primary physician wouldn't give him what he wanted, manager Mark Heaslip said Monday.
"I would be the only one who could talk him out of it," Heaslip told CNN Monday night.