Michael Jackson’s ex wife hints she was partly to blame for his tragic death

Michael Jackson’s ex-wife has hinted at her role in his tragic death.

In a new American documentary, Michael’s ex-wife Debbie 63, told viewers she could’ve done more when he was addicted to painkillers.

In the video, Debbie, with whom Michael had two kids with, said: “I should have done something, and I didn’t.

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“There is a number of people that died from addictions and in some way, I was part of it.”

Legend Michael, whose honourable music legacy had him branded the “King of Pop”, died in 2009 of a sudden cardiac arrest.

The Thriller star, who found stardom after rocketing to fame alongside his brothers in the band The Jackson 5 in the 60s, died after “enough Propofol to put down a rhinoceros” was found in his system.

Debbie married Michael in 1996 and went on to become a surrogate for their kids, Prince, 25, and Paris, 24.

Michael’s former wife was assistant to top dermatologist Arnold Klein, who died in 2015 and prescribed painkillers to Michael.

Following Michael’s death, Debbie has spoken about being his nurse and on Arnold while he treated the musician.

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Debbie told Fox TV: “I was basically as bad as him (Klein), and I am so sorry I participated in it.”

In the upcoming documentary, Debbie refused to discuss her marriage to Michael and instead talked about her former employer, also known as the Father of Botox.

In 2013, Debbie blamed Arnold for feeding Michael’s drug habit during a civil trial over the star’s death.

During his career, Michael accrued a net worth of millions and when he passed away in 2009, he was thought to have a net worth of $500million (£431m).

According to the Billie Jean singer’s will, 40% of his assets were split evenly among his three children.

The other 40% was left to his mother, Katherine Jackson, while the remaining 20% of his assets were left to various children’s charities.


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