According to new reports, Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray has embarked on a new quest to help the late singer’s daughter, Paris solve the mystery of his supposed “murder.”
According to a source, ironically enough, after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter because he gave Michael Jackson a lethal dose of anesthesia, he now wants to help Paris “pursue her theory” that her father was murdered.
The insider then added that in fact, Jackson’s kids want nothing to do with him.
During an interview with Rolling Stones, 18 year old Paris talked about her struggles with depression, her father’s molestation case and even alleged that her father was killed.
Paris said that although she thought that Murray caused Michael’s dependence on Propofol, she implied the singer might have been murdered.
“It was a setup,” Paris stated adding that the legend thought people were “out to get him” and “They’re gonna kill me one day.”
Ever since the odd interview took place, Murray, who was convicted for 2 years, reached out to Paris.
“He wants to meet Paris to tell her that he will back her in any plans she has to get justice for Michael.”
According to the insider, the doctor wants to be a father figure to Paris, whose mother Debbie Rowe is battling cancer.
However, as it turns out, Paris wants no such thing and she, along with the rest of the family still hold him accountable for the singer’s unexpected death.
Paris Jackson has been going through a lot mentally and emotionally ever since her father died at the age of 50. Now, according to sources close to the family, her relatives are desperately trying to bring her to a rehab facility, fearing that her issues might take new dimensions and affect her life permanently if not addressed and treated as soon as possible.
Family members consider that Paris needs “a lot more therapy” and are worried about a “total breakdown that could destroy her.”