Michael Jackson He was one of the greatest representatives of pop and died in 2009 due to cardiac arrest. 13 years after the event, his death is still a mystery. a recent documentary would detail that there was more than one person involved in his drug usewhich presumably would have ended his life.
Michael Jackson announcing his last tour. Photo: BBC
How did Michael Jackson die?
The iconic ‘
King of Pop’ He died on June 25, 2009 at his home in Los Angeles and sparked strong speculation about the causes of death. For which his personal physician at the time, Dr. Conrad Murray, was charged with involuntary manslaughter. However, years later, the Los Angeles Police Department detective pointed out that he was not the only one responsible.
The television program “TMZ Investigates” would give the unknown details of the artist’s death in the documentary “Who really killed Michael Jackson”, translated as: “Who really killed Michael Jackson”, which will premiere on Fox next month. Likewise, it was clarified that people close to the singer affirmed that before he died he suffered from a strong level of addiction and the guilty should be sentenced.
The investigator assured “TMZ”: “I really believe that this death was inevitable. Michael was going to get what he wanted. And if you told him no, he found someone to do it for him. There are many people who are to blame and who have never had a reckoning for the death of him ”.
“Circumstances had led up to his death for years, and all these different medical professionals had allowed Michael to dictate his own terms, to get the medications he wanted, when he wanted them, where he wanted them. All of them are the reason why he is dead today, ”said Martínez.
Prince Jackson’s party will be themed after the popular “Thriller” theme. Photo: diffusion
Theories about the death of Michael Jackson
In the film it is revealed that Jackson had created 19 false identity documents in order to collect different drugs, the documentary shows. In addition, it is specified that the dermatologist Arnold Klein had kept a special book in which he wrote down which recipes went for each false identity.
“The way Michael got all these drugs was by looking for doctors. He had several different doctors that he was involved with and he would go to ‘Doctor A’ and ask for a sedative, and then he would go to ‘Doctor B’ and he could ask for the same one. Michael is largely responsible for his own death, but he certainly got a lot of help from the medical community,” said Jackson’s plastic surgeon, Dr. Harry Glassman.
Undoubtedly, one of the most anticipated statements for experiencing firsthand the ravages of the famous artist’s death is the testimony of Conrad Murray, who after serving his sentence recounted his experience in prison and described it as devastating.
Michael Jackson was one of several celebrities who attempted to take on the lead role in Scissorhands. (Photo: AS)