- More than 10 years after the unexpected death of The King of Pop, revealing details emerge
- They assure that Michael Jackson used 19 false identifications to get drugs
- ‘Jacko’ died on June 25, 2009 due to cardiorespiratory arrest
His name is still in the news. More than 10 years after the unexpected death of the American singer, songwriter, producer and dancer Michael Jackson, revealing details emerge, as it is now ensured that the so-called King of Pop used 19 false identifications to get drugs, according to information from new york post.
It was in the early hours of June 25, 2009 that news took virtually the entire world by surprise: ‘Jacko’ had died of cardiorespiratory arrest at his rented residence in Holmby Hills, in the United States. It must be remembered that the artist was preparing for a series of 50 concerts that he would offer at the O2 Arena in London, England.
Michael Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide
It should be noted that the death of Michael Jackson, who was a few weeks shy of his 51st birthday, was ruled a homicide. The culprit? Dr. Conrad Murray, who took all the blame, although he was charged with involuntary manslaughter, in addition to being sentenced to four years in prison, of which he served only two.
Few know that the artist abused drugs for much of his life in doses that would border on scandal. In addition to Murray, supposedly more doctors were in charge of ‘making it’ easier for the King of Pop, who just this day would have turned 64 years old (Filed as: They assure that Michael Jackson used 19 false identifications to get drugs).