After the shocking documentary "Leaving Neverland," in which Michael Jackson was repeatedly accused of pedophilia, new and shocking details emerged for the singer. This time related to his death in 2009.
The details are presented in a new documentary about Michael Jackson in which three detectives reveal the course of investigation that followed after confirmation that the singer had died at home on June 25, 2009.
Many debates have raised the news of his death, by which his personal physician, Conrad Murray, was convicted in 2011 of an unauthorized combination and doses of medication he gave to Michael.
Murray is serving the sentence, and now detectives Orlando Martinez, Dan Meyers and Scott Smith reveal what they found in the room where Michael Jackson was found dead, according to the British newspaper Metro.
"There were notes, pieces of paper stuck all over the room, mirrors and a door with slogans and expressions," they say, adding that the room was a mess and some of those inscriptions were like lyrics.
"When we walked into the room where Conrad treated Michael, we found a computer, a colorful doll and pictures of babies as ads in bed," they add.
The detectives also say that the room is not like someone he treats, but they found Dr. Murray's purse, which was the drug that is believed to have killed Michael.