The three children of the late singer are finally breaking their silence about life with, and without, their father.
When he was alive, Michael Jackson did everything he could to protect his three children from the spotlight. He homeschooled them and put them in disguises and masks when they ventured out in public. But since the King of Pop’s death last July, the kids have ventured out in public more and more, and are attending school and even going to karate classes. Now, Prince Michael, 13, Paris, 12, and Blanket, 8, are set to talk openly about life with their dad, in an interview with Oprah.
According to a new report from TMZ, Michael Jackson’s personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray’s defense strategy in his upcoming manslaughter trial will be to claim that Michael killed himself — by giving himself the dose of Propofol that caused his death.
In Dr. Conrad Murray’s upcoming trial on involuntary manslaughter charges, he’ll attempt to defend himself by claiming that Michael Jackson actually took the lethal dose of hospital-grade anesthetic Propofol that caused his heart to stop on June 25, 2009. Read more
A new report claims Dr. Conrad Murray allegedly stopped administering CPR on Michael as he lay unresponsive on the night of June 25, when Jackson died — and delayed calling 911 to get rid of vials of propofol, the powerful anesthetic that caused MJ’s death.
Alberto Alvarez, Michael Jackson‘s logistics director, has told investigators that Dr. Conrad Murray, MJ’s doctor, stopped giving the dying star CPR to cover his tracks, specifically, to dispose of drug vials in the room where MJ lay unresponsive. Read more