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Investigators on Michael Jackson's death revealed the details of his body in the first hours after his death.
In a new documentary, cops spoke of scars and lack of hair on his body, noting that there was evidence that he died of drug poisoning.
The pop star reportedly died of drugs at his home on June 25, 2009, and his personal physician, Conrad Murray, was later convicted of manslaughter for giving Jackson drugs without being qualified to do so.
"The strange thing I saw periodically seeing was his scalp because he was outside wearing a wig," said Detective Scott Smith, of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
"When looking at your scalp, the top looks very scary," Smith said. "There's practically no hair on either side, which is a little different than it looks in public with long hair."
Jackson suffered second-degree burns in 1984 during the filming of an ad for Pepsi, where he received a $ 5 million compensation.
As a result of this incident, Jackson suffered from hair loss and then became addicted to prescription painkillers after undergoing reconstructive surgery on his scalp.
"I do not advocate using prescription drugs by any means, but when you find something like that, it opens the door to painkillers and anything else that can get rid of the pain," Murray said.
Murray was jailed for two years in four years for manslaughter, where he admitted having given Jackson propofol to treat insomnia, although that treatment was not supported as an adjunct drug.
Detective Dan Myers, who is also on the Los Angeles police investigation team, said Jackson was relatively healthy and "should not have died."
In addition to information on scars and hair, the researchers described the strange elements in Jackson's room, where he died, including a doll, syringes, a billboard with small children and a series of strange observations.
Source: The Sun