In his first interview since being released from the slammer, Dr. Conrad Murray drops a few gigantic bombshells about just how close he was to his late client Michael Jackson. Speaking with U.K.’s Daily Mail, the 60-year-old physician, who was released from prison October 28 after serving half of his four-year sentence for involuntary manslaughter, insists once again that he’s not responsible for intravenous sedative overdose that killed the legendary entertainer in 2009, whom he refers to as “a drug addict” and says “We loved each other as brothers…I loved him. I still do. I always will.” That, no doubt, is the reason Murray explains the intimate bond shared between the two men.
“You want to know how close we were?” he asks. “I held his penis every night to fit a catheter because he was incontinent at night.” You know, like brothers do. Murray also adds the late pop star wore always dark trousers because he would drip for hours after urinating. Sheesh, so much for letting the dead rest in peace.
But the good doctor, already guilty of over-sharing, doesn’t stop there when discussing a condom catheter to aid Jackson’s urine leakage. He claims Jackson didn’t know how to to put on a condom “so I had to do it for him.”
Murray reveals that none of Jackson’s three children are the biological offspring of the entertainer, whom he claims never slept with Debbie Rowe, the mother of at least two of the children.