Paris Jackson Attempts Suicide, Dr. Conrad Murray Chimes In With Unwanted Advice [Report]
Paris Jackson, the 15-year-old daughter of pop star Michael Jackson, attempted suicide on Wednesday morning and then called a suicide hotline for help. For some odd reason, Dr. Conrad Murray felt moved to send her an audio message from the Men’s Central Jail in Los Angeles where he is serving a four year sentence for supplying the drugs to her father that killed him.
That’s the report on Thursday from entertainment site TMZ, which has posted an audiotape of the phone call in question.
In the completely inappropriate call, the voice of a man who is supposedly Murray says things like, “I don’t know if there’s anything I can do to help you solve your pain but I wanted you to know that I’m here for you. I’ve never been gone. I’ll always be available to listen to you…You’ll never be alone.”
Damn straight he’ll always be available. I’m pretty sure that Los Angeles County is going to make sure Conrad Murray is going absolutely nowhere for awhile.
The 60-year-old Murray was convicted in 2011 for supplying the drugs that caused Michael Jackson’s death at age 50 in 2009.
But should the man that Paris Jackson may view as her father’s killer really be calling her up within hours of the sensitive teen-age girl’s suicide attempt?
Katherine Jackson’s lawyers said that Paris is already physically out of danger. Now she needs to get mentally strong, and the family has requested privacy.
In my modest opinion, the last thing Jackson needs is an unasked-for phone call from Conrad Murray. What do you think about Murray’s response to Paris Jackson’s suicide attempt?