Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe reveals she feels ‘partly responsible’ for singer’s death

Michael Jackson’s ex-wife broke down in tears as she revealed she felt partly responsible for the singer’s death.

Debbie Rowe, 63, cried as she admitted she regretted not doing more to help Jackson when he became addicted to painkillers.

In a tearful new interview for a documentary, Debbie said: “I should have done something and I didn’t.”

She told ‘The TMZ Investigation, Who Really Killed Michael Jackson’: “There are a number of people who have died from addictions and in a way I was one of them.”

Jackson died aged 50 from drug-induced cardiac arrest in June 2009 at his home in Los Angeles and his personal physician at the time, Dr. Conrad Murray, was jailed for manslaughter. .

Rowe, an American nurse, married Jackson in a secret ceremony in Sydney, Australia, in 1996 and was the surrogate mother to the singer’s two oldest children, Prince and Paris. They divorced three years later in 1999.

Debbie Rowe, 63, cried as she admitted she regretted not doing more to help Jackson when he became addicted to painkillers

Rowe, an American nurse, married Jackson in a secret ceremony in Sydney, Australia, in 1996 and was the surrogate mother to the singer's two oldest children, Prince and Paris. They divorced three years later in 1999

Rowe, an American nurse, married Jackson in a secret ceremony in Sydney, Australia, in 1996 and was the surrogate mother to the singer’s two oldest children, Prince and Paris. They divorced three years later in 1999

Rowe was a nursing assistant to Beverley Hills dermatologist Dr Arnold Klein, who died in 2015, and met Jackson 15 years before their marriage while undergoing treatment for his skin condition.

Klein would give Jackson and other strong painkillers and wrinkle-filling drugs like Botox and Restylane.

In the new documentary, Rowe said: “I was basically as bad as him. [Klein] and I’m really sorry to have participated in it.

People familiar with the case say there are others – not just Dr Murray – who should have been found guilty of allowing Jackson to reach the level of drug addiction he was in when he was. ‘he is dead.

Elsewhere in the documentary, Dr Murray said his experience in prison was “shattering” after being decimated by grief and pain following Michael’s death and his own trial.

Holding back his emotions, Dr Murray told the documentary ‘I will always love Michael’ despite thinking it ‘wasn’t right’ to have personally taken on much of the blame for the legend’s death. .

The 69-year-old heart surgeon – released from prison in 2013 after serving half of his four-year manslaughter sentence – started working for Jackson in 2006.

He had given Jackson various medications to help him sleep the night he died, at his rented home in Holmy Hills, Los Angeles.

King of Pop Michael Jackson died in 2009 of a propofol overdose that caused him to go into cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home

King of Pop Michael Jackson died in 2009 of a propofol overdose that caused him to go into cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home

King of Pop Michael Jackson died in 2009 of a propofol overdose that caused him to go into cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home

Murray claims he had

Murray claims he had

Murray claims he ‘weaned’ Jackson from the drug the singer called ‘milk’ just days before his death on June 25, 2009

Dr. Conrad Murray spoke about his experience of being blamed in the death of Michael Jackson. In tears, he said he will always love Jackson, despite the pain and torment he has faced since his death in 2009.

Dr. Conrad Murray spoke about his experience of being blamed in the death of Michael Jackson. In tears, he said he will always love Jackson, despite the pain and torment he has faced since his death in 2009.

Dr. Conrad Murray spoke about his experience of being blamed in the death of Michael Jackson. In tears, he said he will always love Jackson, despite the pain and torment he has faced since his death in 2009.

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez (pictured) admitted he was

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez (pictured) admitted he was

Los Angeles Police Department detective Orlando Martinez (pictured) admitted it was ‘incredible’ that Michael Jackson had not died sooner, due to his acute and continuous addition to anesthetic drugs like propofol .

But now Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez has admitted it’s ‘incredible’ that Michael Jackson didn’t die sooner, due to his acute and continuous addition to anesthetic drugs like propofol .

He told the TMZ investigation, Who Really Killed Michael Jackson: “I truly believe that this death was inevitable.”

“Michael was going to get what he wanted. And if you said no, he would find someone who would do it for him.

“There are a lot of people to blame who were never held accountable for his death.”

Michael Jackson went to several different doctors who prescribed him medication, so he often piled on a large amount rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained.

And in the documentary, he admits he doesn’t think that’s fair. Dr Murray was fully blamed for the popstar’s death – but it was incredibly difficult to prove others were to blame during the legal process.

He said it was difficult to get even other experts from the medical profession to help the case at the time, as they did not want to get involved.

Dr Murray was charged with manslaughter in February 2011 and after his trial was sentenced to the maximum sentence of four years in prison.

Murray (pictured) was sentenced to four years in prison for manslaughter

Murray (pictured) was sentenced to four years in prison for manslaughter

Murray (pictured) was sentenced to four years in prison for manslaughter

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez testifying during Dr. Conrad Murray's case at the time

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez testifying during Dr. Conrad Murray's case at the time

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez testifying during Dr. Conrad Murray’s case at the time

Michael Jackson went to several doctors who prescribed him medication, so he often piled on a large amount rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained.

Michael Jackson went to several doctors who prescribed him medication, so he often piled on a large amount rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained.

Michael Jackson went to several doctors who prescribed him medication, so he often piled on a large amount rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained.

Michael Jackson began his tremendous singing career in the Jackson 5 - the pop group made up of him and his four siblings

Michael Jackson began his tremendous singing career in the Jackson 5 - the pop group made up of him and his four siblings

Michael Jackson began his formidable singing career in the Jackson 5 – the pop group made up of him and his four siblings

Michael Jackson's death shook fans around the world on June 25, 2009

Michael Jackson's death shook fans around the world on June 25, 2009

Michael Jackson’s death shook fans around the world on June 25, 2009

Dr Conrad Murray (second from right, wearing a gray suit) with his attorney and defense team after being arraigned at the Los Angeles County Airport Courthouse on February 8 manslaughter charges 2010

Dr Conrad Murray (second from right, wearing a gray suit) with his attorney and defense team after being arraigned at the Los Angeles County Airport Courthouse on February 8 manslaughter charges 2010

Dr Conrad Murray (second from right, wearing a gray suit) with his attorney and defense team after being arraigned at the Los Angeles County Airport Courthouse on February 8 manslaughter charges 2010

After serving a prison sentence for manslaughter, Dr Murray has now revealed he believes the other doctors who supplied Michael with drugs over the years were complicit in his death.

He also claimed he was “manipulated” by the star – who never told him he suffered from drug addiction when he became her doctor.

It wasn’t until he arrived in Los Angeles to help prepare for his This Is It comeback tour that he discovered Michael was keeping a personal stash of drugs.

The doctor previously said Jackson’s 5’11” frame had lost just over nine stone, suffered from chills, insomnia and mood swings and was dependent on the drug propofol. prescription, to help him sleep.

Murray claims he “weaned” Jackson off the drug the singer called “milk” just days before his death on June 25, 2009.

TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson airs at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 6 on FOX.

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