Michael Jackson’s Missing Nose, Doctor’s Strange Behavior

Lisa Timmons | July 27, 2009 - 7:59 am

Sources are claiming that as Michael Jackson lay on the autopsy table, the King of Pop was missing his nose. The snitch tells The Mirror, “The prosthesis he normally attached to his damaged nose was missing, revealing bits of cartilage surrounding a small dark hole.”

It’s believed that the singer had undergone at least six different operations on his nose. Marcus Phillips, a friend of Michael’s, claims Jackson continually had plastic surgery in order to look less like his father, who denies abusing Michael when he was young.

Other strange details surrounding the investigation into the 50-year-old’s death have emerged. A snitch tells TMZ that police are theorizing that Dr. Conrad Murray gave Jackson Propofol and left Michael alone. When he eventually returned, Michael was dead.

Jackson was discovered with an empty IV bag near his body, an IV in his arm and an oxygen tank nearby. In addition, the good doctor’s behavior on the scene was described by paramedics as “strange” and that he kept “getting in the way.”

Well, I don’t know about you, but I want to get this guy’s number. I’ve been looking for a new doctor and he sounds top notch!