Transcript for Dr. Conrad Murray Speaks Out About Michael Jackson
After spending two years in jail, michael jackson's former doctor, conrad murray, is now a free man and breaking his silence with his own version of jackson's final days. Abc's aditi roy in los angeles. Reporter: He is one of the last people who saw michael jackson alive. And now, dr. Conrad murray, who treated jackson while preparing for his "this is it" tour, is speaking out for the first time since being released from prison. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 for giving the pop superstar an overdose of the drug propofol. He was released just a few weeks ago, serving two years of his four-year sentence. Today, murray told australia's "60 minutes" program jackson begged him to give him the drug for insomnia. I did not agree with michael in using such a powerful sedative for sleep. So, what I told michael is that, we have to get you off of the substance. However -- I mean, call it ideal or not ideal, michael jackson is not a guy you can just say, "stop it." Reporter: Murray also spoke with the uk newspaper "the daily mail," revealing shocking new details about jackson. Murray says, quote, "michael trusted no one. The bed chamber smelcad beuse he did not even let maids in there to clean. There were clothes strewn everywhere." Murray also talked about the condition of jackson's body, murray says he only confronted jackson once he saw the state of the pop stars arms. "His veins were in a terrible state. I said, michael, I have never seen arms with such veins except for a drugt addict." Australia's channel nine confirms paying for murray's interview. Abc news reached out to the jackson family attorney, but so far, they have not commented. David? Aditi roy, thank you.
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