A devastating headline is circulating around following a second-day hearing on Michael Jackson's death. People reports a former employee testified on Wednesday, January 5 that two of Michael's children, Paris and Prince, stormed into his bedroom when Dr. Conrad Murray made an attempt to revive him.
"Paris screamed, 'Daddy,' and she started crying," Alberto Alvarez, a logistics director for Jackson said. As Alberto told this, Janet Jackson shook her head while mom Katherine Jackson dabbed away tears. Michael, according to Alberto, was on his back with eyes and mouth open while Dr. Conrad performed a mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Alberto said the personal physician shouted, "Get them out! Get them out! Don't let them see their father like this."
Alberto also revealed that he was instructed to remove bottles of a milky-white substance from the singer's room before calling emergency services. He said, "He instructed me to remove the IV bag from the IV stand." However, Conrad reportedly told Alberto to leave a second IV bag containing saline where it was.
The milky-white substance is believed to be Propofol, a powerful anaesthetic which killed Michael. Conrad told Alberto that the King of Pop had an "allergic reaction" and ordered him to collect the bottles around the room in a bag.
The preliminary hearings in Los Angeles are held to find whether there's enough evidence for an involuntary manslaughter charge against Conrad.