Conrad Murray, the doctor who tended to Michael Jackson before his death, claims he had nothing to do with it, "I did not kill Michael Jackson. He was a drug addict," he told the Daily Mail on Sunday.
After serving just two years of a four-year sentence, Conrad Murray, the former doctor of Michael Jackson, was released from the Los Angeles Men's Central Jail early Monday.
The 60-year-old former cardiologist was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering a lethal dose of the anesthetic drug propofol to the King of Pop, who died June 25, 2009.
The jailed doctor whose hiring by AEG was one of the centerpieces of Katherine Jackson’s wrongful death lawsuit against the promoters, spoke to “Today” host Matt Lauer Thursday morning and said, “My immediate reaction was one of tears; certainly, I cried.”
While the jury agreed that AEG hired Murray, they did not feel the doctor was unfit or incompetent to provide Jackson's medical care, despite claims by Katherine Jackson and three of her children.
AEG Live, the concert promoter of Michael Jackson's ill-fated "This Is It" tour, has been found not guilty in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by Katherine Jackson and family.
The 5-month trial saw testimony from numerous witnesses and experts, including Michael Jackson’s son, Prince Jackson.
Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris is moving from UCLA Medical Center to an undisclosed residential treatment facility, reports People.
The Jackson family is back in the news today in a big way; Debbie Rowe is now tweeting about daughter Paris; Michael Jackson’s Cirque du Soleil show “One” just opened in Las Vegas; and a British paper dropped a bombshell claiming MJ paid nearly $35 million in molestation hush money.suicide attempt last month, and her mom, Debbie Rowe, wants the world to know “she is strong like her father."
On the fourth anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, a California judge has ruled that matriarch Katherine Jackson and her nephew, TJ Jackson, will retain co-custody of 15-year-old Paris Jackson.NY Daily News reports that after reviewing the findings, and after speaking with TJ and Katherine’s lawyers, the judge decided to keep the status quo.