Michael Jackson’s Nurse

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Michael Jackson’s Nurse, Michael Jackson’s nurse testified Tuesday and told the court on its efforts to safeguard the life of the late superstar’s music a powerful drug that could endanger and kill Michael Jackson. Cherilyn Lee told the court she displayed many different alternative ways to help Jackson to sleep without medication.

She recalls that Jackson told him about a certain medication that a doctor had prescribed for sleep problem. Lee said that medicine was Dipravan or propofol. Jackson told Lee that was used during one of your surgery.

Lee was moving, she burst into tears and could not even continue with his testimony. She said it was too sensitive for her. It was early 2009 when Lee entered the life of Jackson to Dr. Conrad Murray arrived. Dr. Murray has been charged with manslaughter for giving Michael Jackson a lethal dose of medicine. However, Murray had already pleaded not guilty.

2 months before the eventual death of Jackson, Jackson Lee said he was sitting at his side. Jackson spoke of his trouble sleeping and had trouble sleeping. The singer said he needed more Dipravan.

Lee then immediately did some research on drugs and was surprised to learn that it was dangerous when used in the home. Lee told Jackson about the possibility that he did not wake up, but he was sure Jackson during the time that a doctor can monitor your condition. Prosecutors said Dr. Murray Jackson left after giving a lethal dose of the drug and could not execute a proper life-saving medical procedures later.

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