Four pill bottles found in the apartment where Corey Haim died yesterday morning, medications that included the generic versions of both Vicodin and Valium.
The same doctor prescribed all four drugs just days before Haim died.
The drugs provided by a prominent L.A. psychiatrist were hydrocodone (Vicodin), diazepam (Valium), haloperidol (anti-psychotic) and Soma (muscle relaxant).
The L.A. County Coroner's Office would not comment, but sources say that all were prescribed the same day, days before Haim died of an apparent drug overdose.
No word on how many (if any) pills were missing from the bottles, which has become a topic of debate in the eerily similar Brittany Murphy death investigation.
Corey Haim (1971-2010).
Law enforcement sources say they believe Haim died from an accidental overdose of meds, though nothing is final until the Coroner's toxicology reports are in.
There have been reports that Haim, who fought a long battle with substance abuse, admitted in the past to taking as many as 85 Valium pills in a single day.
Haim, a 38-year-old former child star, collapsed in his mother's apartment and was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead 2 1/2 hours later.
The actor had been dating Daisy de la Hoya, a fellow reality star, in the week's leading up to his passing. She is understandably quite broken up about it.