The doctor who treated the late Soul singer James Brown insists there was no foul play in the superstar's death.
Jacque Hollander, who knew Brown before he passed, turned over a mountain of evidence to investigators that suggest he was murdered.
A spokesperson from the Fulton County District Attorney's Office has confirmed to TMZ that prosecutor Paul Howard met with Hollander on Wednesday, Feb. 12, to go over the evidence.
Howard expressed interest in reopening the case after speaking with Hollander.
However, Dr. Marvin Crawford told the gossip site that the Fulton County District Attorney's Office is wasting its time looking into Hollander's purported evidence.
Dr. Crawford insists there was no foul play when he examined Brown right after he died.
Crawford says Brown suffered a heart attack on December 25, 2006, and was hospitalized in Atlanta, Georgia.
Brown suffered a second heart attack not long afterward, resulting in his death on Christmas Day at age 73.
Crawford adds that Brown had a long medical history of diabetes and hypertension, which contributed to his death. He insists he's never met Hollander and doesn't know why she believes Brown was murdered.