Even in death people can't seem to leave Michael Jackson alone.
In a controversial new interview following his stint in prison, Dr. Conrad Murray revealed that he was very close to the late pop star. During his recent conversation with the Daily Mail, the convicted killer revealed quite a few new details about Jackson's personal life.
Not only did Murray claim that Michael Jackson essentially killed himself with an overdose of propofol, he also stated that the beloved singer never slept with Debbie Rowe. In fact, Murray said Jackson didn't know how to properly put on a condom.
"You want to know how close we were? I held his penis every night to fit a catheter because he was incontinent at night. He wore dark trousers all the time because after he went to the toilet he would drip for hours. Michael didn't know how to put a condom on, so I had to do it for him," the doctor explained.
To stir the proverbial pot even more during his chat, Murray boldly claimed that all three of Michael Jackson's children have different fathers.
"Michael told me he never slept with Debbie Rowe," he explained.
Not one to sit idly by while someone talks trash about her or Michael Jackson, Rowe recently responded to the comments Conray Murray made during his interview with the Daily Mail. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Paris Jackson's mother firmly believes that someone will murder the man who killed Michael Jackson.
"A Jackson fan will shoot him dead, and I'd buy the bullet. I wouldn't shoot him but I'd buy the bullet... a hollow-point," Rowe reportedly said after hearing about Murray's remarks.
She added, "If I had a dog as ugly as him I'd shave its a**, make it walk backwards and put a wig on it. It takes two to f*** and there's not enough alcohol in the world. At least I can breed. He can't even write prescriptions anymore."
Murray also opened up about Michael Jackson's final days during his recent interview. In his opinion, his addiction to painkillers and the mounting pressure from an upcoming tour ultimately took its toll on the singer's life. Try as he might, Murray said he couldn't do anything to change Jackson's deadly downward spiral.
"He was in crisis at the end of his life, filled with panic and misery. By the end Michael was a broken man. I tried to protect him but instead I was brought down with him," he said.
What do you think about Conrad Murray's interview about Michael Jackson? Do you agree with Debbie Rowe that someone will likely kill him before long?