Now that Dr. Conrad Murray has been released from jail due to overcrowding and a light sentencing, Murray has new revelations about pop artist Michael Jackson. The man who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter is revealing just how close he was to the pop star before his death.
During a bizarre interview with The Daily Mail, Murray opened up about his close relationship with the pop star. “You want to know how close we were? I held his penis every night to fit a catheter because he was incontinent at night.”
Letting people in on the painful process Michael Jackson had to endure day in and day out, Murray said:
“He wore dark trousers all the time because after he went to the toilet he would drip for hours.”
Of course this would back up his alibi he used years ago in his trial, as Murray believed that Michael Jackson killed himself with the deadly Propofol, which he was allegedly addicted to.
Although discussion of Jackson’s drug use was sure to come up in conversation, there was one incredible story that Murray decided to reveal without being prompted. The story revolved around Michael Jackson’s sex life, which has always been a heavily discussed topic due to molestation charges that Jackson was brought up on during three separate cases.
However, it was Dr. Conrad Murray’s side comment about Michael’s sexual inadequacy that is more than curious:
“Michael didn’t know how to put a condom on, so I had to do it for him.”
In fact, Murray went on to say that Michael’s children, Blanket, Paris, and Prince Michael have three different fathers. When Michael was alive it was stated that Prince Michael and Paris were full siblings, and were half siblings to Blanket. Murray suggests this is not true:
“Michael told me he never slept with Debbie Rowe.”
While this doesn’t exactly mean Michael isn’t the father of his three children, it surely raises a few questions that we will probably never have answers to.
Conrad ended the interview on what will probably be considered to be one of his most cryptic statements. Murray recounted a conversation with the Prince of Pop, and how Jackson was convinced he would die on his watch. According to Murray, Jackson looked at him and said, “You know, for the rest of your life and my life our names will become inseparable. I am clairvoyant.”