It looks like Dr. Conrad Murray was overtired when his treatment of Michael Jackson led to the star’s death. A stripper who received a call from Dr. Conrad Murray just hours before Michael Jackson died told LAPD detectives the doctor “sounded tired and he was like I’m gonna get some sleep whatever.”
Bella told detectives that on June 25, 2009, Dr. Murray left a message on her phone at about 8:30 AM. According to sources with direct knowledge of the case Bella told cops Murray had mentioned Michael Jackson to her before and said, “I mean his schedule was obviously, you know – I know that he was like up all hours because of his work so when – so when he called, you know, he sounded tired and he was like I’m gonna get some sleep whatever.”
The interview is extremely significant: “Authorities believe Dr. Murray may have actually fallen asleep during the time the drug [Propofol] was administered and may have awakened to find Jackson already dead from heart failure.”
The stripper, Michelle Bella, met Dr. Murray at the Spearmint Rhino gentleman’s club in Las Vegas in 2008. Bella told cops about how she met Murray at Spearmint Rhino – “He came in there with his scrubs and he was there with like a client of his.” Bella, who says she was studying to be a chiropractic assistant, says, “We were just sharing some like, you know, medical knowledge and this and that and I know he was intrigued with me.”
Bella says she “sat with him for about roughly like an hour and a half and he paid me $1,000.” I wonder exactly what sort of medical knowledge they exchanged?