Michael Jackson’s son Prince Michael was made to watch his father die by the pop legend’s personal physician Dr Conrad Murray, it has emerged.
Dr Steven Hoefflin, the icon’s cosmetic surgeon and family friend, said that that the Jacksons told him that the live-in physician, who was treating the singer in his final moments, allegedly made the 12-year-old boy witness his unsuccessful try at cardiac resuscitation.
The surgeon mentioned that it was a "horrific and very traumatic" scene and the boy was "understandably traumatised.”
The family apparently believes that the physician has a hand in the King of Pop’s death, the Sun reports.
They reportedly said that Murray got the child to personally come into the bedroom to watch him perform CPR on his father. He wanted the child to understand the fact that he was doing the CPR procedure correctly.
However, the family is of the opinion that it was just a gimmick and the pop icon was already dead.
To add to it, the paramedics have suggested that Murray wouldn't let them act in the ambulance and also would not stop performing CPR until they reached the hospital where the late singer was pronounced dead.
Meanwhile, the police have made progress in the investigation, according to Hoefflin. He said: “I can also tell you the police have now pieced together every minute of the last 12 hours before Michael died."