King's death at the age of 89 has been documented as a result of Alzheimer's disease and other contributing factors.
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Coroner finds no evidence B.B. King was poisoned
BB King performs at Club Nokia on November 11, 2011 in Los Angeles (Photo by Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP)
B.B. King performs in concert at the Tennessee Theater, Tuesday, May 27, 2014 in Knoxville, Tenn. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP Images)
B. B. King responds to cheers from the crowd after he was given the keys to the city of Manchester, Tenn., during his performance at the Bonnaroo music festival in Manchester on Saturday, June 14, 2008. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
Blues music legend BB King performs on Framptonâs Guitar Circus 2013 Tour at Pier Six Pavilion on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, in Baltimore. (Photo by Owen Sweeney/Invision/AP)
Bluesman extraordinaire, B.B. King, is set for a concert, Wednesday, December 7 in UCLAâs Royce Hall at 8:30 p.m. (AP Photo)
US Blues legend B.B. King performs on the Stravinski Hall stage during the 43rd Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, late Sunday, July 12, 2009. (KAP Photo/KeystoneLaurent Gillieron)
In a Sunday, Feb. 8, 2009, photo, B.B. King poses backstage with his award for Best Traditional Blues Album for "One Kind Favor" at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Indianola, Miss. favorite son B.B. King's global popularity is packing 'em in at the B.B. King Blues Museum. A year after its opening, the museum and associated Delta Interpretative Center has drawn about 30,000 visitors, boosting tax collections in the Mississippi Delta town where the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist once made his living on a cotton plantation. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
B.B. King passes a guitar pick to an audience member at Club Nokia on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Shea Walsh)
John Mayer, left, shakes hands with B.B. King after performing at "The Grammy Nominations Concert Live" in Los Angeles on Wednesday Dec. 3, 2008. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Blues guitarist B.B. King at a Hollywood party, August 28, 1978 in Los Angeles. B.B.âs real name is Riley B. King. He became known as B.B. from a shortening of his nickname âBlues Boy.â King was played the blues for more than 30 years. (AP Photo/Huynh)
B.B. King pauses during a media tour of the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center, Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, in Indianola, Miss. More than a half-century after King left Indianola in search of fame, the $15 million B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretative Center has opened in his hometown and is as much a tribute to him and his blues music as the culture that inspired it. (AP Photo/Matthew S. Gunby)
B.B. King greets a crowd of media and fans before answering questions during a media tour of the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008 in Indianola, Miss. More than a half-century after King left Indianola in search of fame, the $15 million B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretative Center has opened in his hometown and is as much a tribute to him and his blues music as the culture that inspired it. (AP Photo/Matthew S. Gunby)
Musician B.B. King performs at the opening night of the 87th season of the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Friday, June 20, 2008. King was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)
Blues legend B.B. King is shown during an interview in Los Angeles Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
B.B. King performs at the JVC Jazz Festival, Sunday, August 12, 2007, in Newport, R.I. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)
B.B. King performs at the Crossroads Guitar Festival in Chicago, Saturday, July 28, 2007. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
Guitarist B.B. King left, and an accompanist entertain Saturday, April 21, 1980 crowds at the opening of the 1980 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. (AP Photo)
B.B. King talks to the media and a gathering of fans at the Hard Rock Cafe Tuesday, July 24,2007 as he launches his "2007 Blues Festival" tour at the Hard Rock in Hollywood, Fla.(AP Photo/J. Pat Carter)
**ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND MARCH 31-APRIL 1 ** Blues legend B.B. King is shown on June 10, 2006, in his tour bus, alongside his trusty laptop computer in Philadelphia, Miss. While the laptop will never take the place of his guitar Lucille, King uses the computer to play a few hands of solitaire or other similar card games to relax and stay mentally sharp. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Blues musician B.B. King played to a packed auditorium of residents and press at the Massachusetts Correctional Institution in Norfolk, Mass., Monday, April 3, 1978. King has been playing to prison crowds since 1972 when he and Boston attorney F. Lee Bailey formed the Foundation for the Advancement of Inmate Rehabilitation and Recreation, an inmate services organization. (AP Photo)
Blues musician B.B. King, left, James Cotton, center, and Muddy Waters perform together at radio city music hall in New York on Friday, June 29, 1979. The three bluesmen got together at the Newport Jazz Festival concert that was billed as a âtribute to Muddy Watersâ. (AP Photo/Perez)
B.B. King sings to the graduates of Brown University after receiving an honorary Doctor of Music degree during Brown University's 239th Commencement in Providence, R.I., Sunday, May 27, 2007. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)
Legendary american bluesman B.B. King performs on a Montreux Jazz boat, during the cruise "Missippi Blues Boat celebrating B.B. King" across lake Leman, at the 40th Montreux Jazz Festival at of Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday July 2, 2006. (AP Photo/KEYSTONE/POOL/Martial Trezzini)
Blues great B.B. King performs for President Bush during a celebration of Black Music Month in the East Room of the White House in Washington Monday, June 26, 2006. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Legendary bluesman B.B. King, photographed during a June 10, 2006 concert in Philadelphia, Miss., is embarking on a 16-city summer blues festival tour beginning July 24, 2007.(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Legendary US-american bluesman B.B. King performs on the Auditorium Stravinski Hall stage during the 39th Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, late Monday, July 4, 2005. The festival will last until July 16. (AP Photo/Keystone, Martial Trezzini)
Legendary U.S. bluesman B. B. King performs during the Live at Sunset Festival, in Zurich, Switzerland, Monday, July 19, 2004. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dorothea Mueller)
Close-up of Blues guitarist B.B. King in 1987. (AP Photo)
Blues musician B.B. King wipes his eyes as he performs during the funeral for music legend Ray Charles at the First AME Church in Los Angeles, Friday, June 18, 2004. Charles died last week at 73. (AP Photo/Genaro Molina, Pool)
American blues legend B.B. King performs Monday, July 22, 2002 in Lucerne, Switzerland, at the Blue Balls Festival. (AP Photo/Keystone/Urs Flueeler)
A group of prisoners at the Dade County stockade listen to B.B. King entertained them outside their cells, Sept. 23, 1971 in Miami, Fla. King said he first sang to prisoners at the Cook County jail in Chicago and plans about a dozen more such performances. (AP Photo)
Blues legend B.B.King poses next to a statue dedicated to him in Montreux, Switzerland, Friday, July 5, 2002, shortly before the opening of the 36th Montreux Jazz Festival. The festival will last until July 20. (AP Photo/KEYSTONE/Martial Trezzini)
US. Jazz guitarist B.B. King sings during his performance on stage in the Stravinski hall during the 34th Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, Wednesday night, July 12, 2000. The festival will last until July 22nd. (AP Photo/Martial Trezzini)
Blues legend B.B. King performs at the Cirkus scene of Skansen outdoor museum in Stockholm, Sweden, Monday March 10 1997. Seventytwo-year old BB King still plays his guitar "Lucille" which he uses since the early fifties. (AP photo/Jack Mikrut)
Musician B.B. King performing, July 20, 1978. (AP Photo)
U.S. bluesman B.B. King during his performance at the 'Blues Night' of the 31st Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland, Tuesday night, July 8, 1997. (AP Photo/Keystone/Patrick Aviolat)
Billy Idol, left, and B.B. King introduce the winners of the Best Hard Rock category, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, during the 35th annual Grammy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1993. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
Blues great B.B. King reacts to applause during an all-star jam press conference at New Yorkâs Downtime, Monday, June 22, 1992 in New York. King, together with Buddy Guy, Dr. John and the Fabulous Thunderbirds announced Blues Music Festival â92, a 25-city U.S. tour this summer that will include a food drive in each city. King said âNo one should go to bed hungry.â (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Blues legend John Lee Hooker, left, celebrates his birthday and receives greetings from fellow bluesman B.B. King at a party in New York Tuesday, August 21, 1991. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
B.B. King live in concert at The Kool Jazz Festival in New York, NY on July 2, 1983. (AP Photo/Carlos Rene Perez)
FILE - In this Jan. 15, 1992, file photo, Bobby "Blue" Bland, left, receives his award for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame from B.B. King during induction ceremonies in New York. Bland's son Rodd said his father died Sunday, June 23, 2013, at his Memphis home surrounded by relatives. He was 83. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Republican National Chairman Lee Atwater gets down to some sounds as he performs with legendary blues guitarist B.B. King during a Republican party gala at the Kennedy Center in Washington, Jan. 29, 1990. The black-tie affair, which was attended by President and Mrs. Bush and other GOP leaders, celebrated the first anniversary of the Bush administration. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)
Close-up of Blues guitarist B.B. King in 1987. (AP Photo)
Jazz guitarist B.B. King performs before an enthusiastic audience, Friday, June 28, 1986 at Avery Fisher Hall in New York. In addition to playing the guitar, King Sang, most often meandering blues like âAinât Nobody Home.â (AP Photo/Rick Maiman)
Musician B.B. King was a presenter at the Grammy Awards, Feb. 21, 1990. (AP Photo/Pizac)
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Among them were coronary heart disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and congestive heart failure.
The children who raised suspicions that other factors were at play did so separately, but with exactly the same statements.
Their affidavits targeted King's personal assistant Myron Johnson and his business manager LaVerne Toney.
King's daughters also accused Johnson and Toney of neglect.
An attorney for Toney called the assertions 'defamatory' and 'libelous'.
He said to US Magazine, "Unfortunately even musical icons die. Ms. Toney did everything she could to carry out the wishes of Mr. King while he was alive, and continues to carry out Mr. King's wishes after his death."