Michael Jackson’s Doctor Claims Singer Played Dress Up With Call Girls And Strippers

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Conrad Murray, the doctor looking after Michael Jackson during the time of the pop star’s death, has written a tell-all memoir that claims that Jackson dressed up like a clown with call girls and strippers.

TMZ reports that Murray’s memoir, “This Is It,” is chock full of odd details and claims about Jackson’s bizarre personal life. Murray has said he’ll reveal all there is to tell in the book, but also claims that he’s giving Jackson his “due respect.”

The book reportedly reveals that Jackson would dress up in a clown costume and then hire strippers and call girls to spend time with him in hotel rooms across the country. Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter following Jackson’s death, also claims that the “Thriller” star would pretend to be a stroke victim and also employ fake accents in elaborate ruses to meet women.

Murray was Jackson’s friend as well as doctor and reportedly devotes a significant chunk of his book to detailing his and Jackson’s experience with call girls while living in Las Vegas.

Murray argues that Jackson actually wanted him to reveal many of these details.

The doctor turned author lost his medical license following his conviction. He served two years of a four year sentence.