MJ’s 'killer' wants to be there for Paris

By Kirstin Buick
07 June 2013

The man charged with the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson has reached out to the star’s daughter, Paris.

In the wake of 15-year-old Paris Jackson’s attempted suicide, the man who provided the drugs her father overdosed on has said he’s “there for her”.

Conrad Murray, the physician who provided the powerful sedative propofol which played a key role in the King of Pop’s death, left a phone message for Paris that he calls “a letter” to her, which American celeb news channel TMZ managed to get hold of.

“When you feel all alone, or when your heart feels heavy,” Murray tells Paris, who tried to commit suicide by cutting her arm with a meat cleaver this week. “When everything around you seems to cause dismay, just know that you are not alone and that your daddy loved you beyond any explanation.”

“I always will be available to listen to you . . . or to share with you the plethora of beautiful stories of your father.”

“I wanted you to know that I am here for you. I have never been gone. When you feel all alone, just remember you are not alone.”

Even more bizarrely, Murray, who’s currently serving a four-year prison sentence for involuntary manslaughter, goes on to mention remembering a time when Paris was there for him,  “I knew a time when you were in your deepest moments of grief; it was a time you came to console me. I’m sure you will remember . . . I was touched by your compassion and your grace.”

Here Murray's message to Paris here:


Sources: tmz.com, nydailynews.com, extratv.com,

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