The doctor who killed Michael Jackson with a fatal injection of Propofol once claimed the pair were such close friends that he would hold the singer’s penis every night and put condoms on for him.
Conrad Murray, who served half of his four-year prison sentence over Michael’s involuntary manslaughter, gave a bizarre and rambling interview about life with Jackson after being freed from jail.
“You want to know how close Michael and I were? I held his penis every night. I had to put a condom catheter on him because Michael dripped urine. He had a loss of sensation and was incontinent,” Murray told the Mail On Sunday in 2013.
“Michael didn’t know how to put a condom on, so I had to do it for him.”
The world-famous singer even took medicine to shrink his prostate to help him urinate more easily, but still suffered with incontinence.
“He wore dark trousers all the time because after he went to the toilet he would drip for hours,” Murray added.
Jackson was a “drug addict” who called Propofol his ‘milk’ and would beg Murray to inject him so he could sleep, the former cardiologist claimed.
Murray admitted he’d been administering the surgical-grade sedative almost daily for the two months before Jackson’s death, but was trying to wean the star off it.
The doctor also sensationally claimed Michael had given himself the dose that killed him, waiting for Murray to leave the room – in his words for just a couple of minutes – and injecting himself through an IV site below his knee.
“I believe he woke up, got hold of his own stash of Propofol and injected himself. He did it too quickly and went into cardiac arrest,” Murray claimed.
Prosecutors at Murray’s trial refused to believe the doctor had only left the room for a couple of minutes, and witness statements and phone records found he had either been on the phone or writing an email for more than 45 minutes before discovering Jackson’s lifeless corpse.
Murray said in 2013 he had been expecting Michael’s death to happen on his watch because the singer had prophesied it.
He claimed that Jackson had once looked and him and said: “You know, for the rest of your life and my life, our names will become inseparable.” When Murray asked him what he meant, Michael merely smiled and said: “I am clairvoyant.”
*Leaving Neverland, a shocking new documentary about the life and death of Michael Jackson, will air in two parts on March 6 and 7 at 9pm on Channel 4