Dr. Conrad Murray, the man convicted of manslaughter in 2012 after he administered a fatal dose of Propofol to the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, reportedly wants to help the singer’s daughter, Paris Jackson, find “the real murderer.”
New York Daily News reports that Murray allegedly read Paris’ recent Rolling Stone interview, in which she gave a bombshell confession that she thought her dad’s murder was part of a conspiracy. Apparently, a confidential source said that Murray is hoping to help Paris find out more details about Michael Jackson’s death.
Michael Jackson’s Former Doctor, Conrad Murray, Wants To Help Paris Solve The ‘Mystery’ Of Her Father’s ‘Murder’ https://t.co/OlP7Zy5uPK
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“Conrad thinks this is his way back into the children. He wants to meet Paris to tell her that he will back her in any plans she has to get justice for Michael. He still believes that the children see him as a family friend and surrogate dad.”
The source indicated that Murray has no chance of connecting with any of Jackson’s kids, especially after Murray accused the “Thriller” singer of being obsessed with his son.
“None of the family would welcome a meet with him, especially Paris.”
” They all hold him responsible for Michael’s death and have nothing but disdain for him.”
Jackson’s family members, according the New York Daily News‘ source, think that Murray has underlying motives of making money and promoting himself. Since his release from prison in 2013, he’s written a tell-all book about his time spent with Jackson, and now, he’s allegedly asking for $10,000 to respond to Paris’ statements to Rolling Stone.
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Last year, Paris made her feelings about Murray extremely clear when she took to Twitter to bash his book, “This Is It!: The Secret Lives of Dr. Conrad Murray and Michael Jackson.” It doesn’t seem like Murray will get his alleged wish to “help” Paris anytime soon.
the fact that people are actually listening to and believing a cold blooded murderer is honestly beyond me.
— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) July 18, 2016
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