Michael Jackson's doctor sends a statement via his lawyer, saying that he is 'gravely affected' by Paris' situation and the 15-year-old girl 'will continue to be in my prayers.'
Dr. Conrad Murray reaches out to Paris Jackson from jail, saying that he is saddened with the news of her apparent suicide attempt. "From where I sit, all I have to give is love," he said in a statement released by his lawyer on Thursday, June 6.
"I love Paris with all of my heart and I just want her to be well and happy. Upon hearing the news of her current crisis, I was gravely affected. I reached out to her through my statement to let her know that I care deeply about her, and I always have, and I always will. She'll continue to be in my prayers," the statement read.
The disgraced doctor also left a voice message from a pay phone at Men's Central Jail. In a 4-minute-recording obtained by TMZ, Dr. Murray said to Michael Jackson's daughter, "I've always been there for you. I've never been gone," among others. He also made reference to her father's songs "You Are Not Alone" and "You've Got a Friend", in addition to another song "Ain't No Mountain High Enough".
"I too love you, as a precious father loves his own child," Dr. Murray said in the audio tape. He noted that Paris consoled him during his darkest time. "It was you who came to console me. I was touched by your compassion and your grace," he said.
Besides Dr. Munray, rock singer Marilyn Manson also wishes Paris well. Reports suggest that Paris was upset because she was not allowed to go to his concert prior to her alleged suicide attempt. "I hope you feel better. You will be on my guest list anytime you want," the 44-year-old singer said in a statement.