Two doctors who treated Michael Jackson are facing legal charges relating to the superstar’s death—and soon.
An L.A. law enforcement source has revealed to FoxNews.com that Dr. Conrad Murray could be arrested for manslaughter as soon as next week. Investigators are still probing the case, and are expected to execute one more search warrant, probably at a Los Angeles pharmacy.
Reportedly, Murray has admitted he gave Jackson an injection of intravenous anesthetic propofol just hours before his death. Propofol was at least a contributing factor in the 50-year-old entertainer’s death.
Also looking at future trouble is Jackson’s dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, who is going to be charged with medical malpractice. Klein has admitted giving the singer the painkiller Demerol. It’s certainly a positive thing that these doctors are being forced to answer for their actions, but as long as there are star-struck physicians and addicted celebs, this won’t be the last story to end this way.
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