Michael Jackson's Doctor Claims the Singer Was 'Chemically Castrated' by Late Father Joe Jackson
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Conrad Murray considers the superstar's father 'one of the worst fathers to his children in history' for chemically castrating his son to maintain his high-pitched voice.

AceShowbiz - Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray spoke up about nasty things which were allegedly done by Joe Jackson to his singer son. Conrad claimed that Joe "chemically castrated" the king of pop to delay his puberty and maintain his high-pitched voice. He also revealed that Joe was cruel to Michael and his siblings.

According to the doctor, the "Billie Jean" singer told him about his father's cruelty when he was still his patient. "Joe Jackson was one of the worst fathers to his children in history," Conrad revealed in an interview with The Blast. "The cruelty expressed by Michael that he experienced at the hand of his father particularly the bad treatments," he said before adding, "The fact that he was chemically castrated to maintain his high-pitched voice is beyond words."

The former cardiologist then went on to describe Michael's experience, "I knew and cared for Michael very well and he told me of the many sufferings at the hands of his father he encountered, it was dreadful, beyond imagination and words."

Later, Conrad stated that he wasn't sad at all about Joe's death on June 27. "I would not shed a single tear for the passing of this cruel and evil man," he continued in the end of the video. "It is said only the good die young, I hope Joe Jackson finds redemption in hell."

This was not the first time Conrad revealed what Joe had done to Michael. In 2016, the doctor made a statement that Joe forced his son to get hormone injection at the age of 12 to cure his acne and prevent his voice from changing. The statement was written in his book entitled "This Is It! The Secret Lives of Dr. Conrad Murray and Michael Jackson".

Years before his death, Michael himself opened up about the troubles he faced with Joe in Martin Bashir's television documentary "Living with Michael Jackson". "It was more than just a belt, cords, whatever was around," the pop star recalled how his father hit him. "[He'd] throw you up against the wall as hard as you could. He would lose his temper...I was so fast, he couldn't catch me half the time. But when he would catch me? It was bad. It was really bad."

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