The grieving family of Michael Jackson is reportedly suspecting that prescription drugs might have played a part in the death of the pop icon. An inside source tells People magazine that the Jacksons had attempted to stage an intervention in Las Vegas in 2006.
“There was an intervention in Las Vegas. Janet was on the phone, but Randy, Jackie and Rebbie [Jackson] were there in person,” the snitch revealed. In reaction, Michael was furious and denied their claims of addiction.
The spy says that on top of drinking, Jackson was addicted to “straight morphine, Demerol and opiates like Oxycontin” as well as Valium and Xanax. An autopsy will include a toxicology report, but could take up to weeks before results are available.
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