Drugs Seized From Michael Jackson’s Home, While His Doctor Now Sought by Police

June 26, 2009

(ChattahBox) — After the tragic, and still unexplained death of Michael Jackson late yesterday, the police investigation is already suggesting a possible cause. The singer is known to have been receiving an ongoing course of painkilling injections – but the doctor who gave them has now disappeared.

According to Jackson family lawyer, Brian Oxman, detectives for the Los Angeles police department have already removed numerous ‘bags of material’ and prescription drugs from the $100,00-a-month home Mr. Jackson was renting in the Holmby Hills, but no useful evidence has so far been found, “They were looking for drug vials and syringes. I don’t know if they found syringes, but there would have been a lot of drug vials.” he said.

Mr. Jackson’s family has since told reporters that Michael’s physician, Dr. Tohme, had prescribed a course of the painkiller, Demarol, to ease the discomfort caused by Michael’s grueling rehearsals for his comeback next month. Michael is known to have received an injection at 11.30am. Just 51-minutes later, Paramedics were called.

Late last night the doctor’s BMW was taken away by Police from outside Michael’s home, and they are now hunting Dr. Tohme to assist their inquires.  The “King of Pop” died leaving a great legacy of entertainment but also many problems for his family to deal with, including the custody of his children and reports that he was awash in about $400 million in debt. Brian Oxman hinted it may be Jackson’s own Mother, telling Radar Online that regarding Jackson’s three children, “probably Mrs. Jackson will take care of them, she loves them dearly.” Michael’s two oldest children Michael Joseph, Jr, and Paris Michael Katherine were born to his then wife, Debbie Rowe. His youngest, Prince “Blanket” Michael II was born via a surrogate mother. Normally, at least the two oldest kids would simply go and live with their Mother, but Debbie Rowe may have given up her prenatal rights years ago.

Source: TMZ


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