Dr Conrad Murray sends Paris Jackson letter of support after suicide bid

London, June 7 (ANI): Doctor Conrad Murray, who has been convicted of Michael Jackson's manslaughter, has sent an audio letter to Paris after her suicide attempt.

The 15-year-old reportedly swallowed 20 ibuprofen tablets and slashed her wrists with a kitchen knife following a fight with her family.

In the recording, he told Paris that it was a letter for her and said that even though he didn't know what she was going through he was sure that it must be difficult, the Mirror reported.

Murray said that he could tell that she was not doing well and that he didn't know if there is anything he could do to solve her pain or help her with her problem but wanted her to know that he was there for her.

He asserted that he will always be available to listen to her, answer questions or share with her a plethora of beautiful untold stories of Michael as well as venerable thoughts of her that the King of Pop shared with him.

He ended the audio letter by saying that he left her with tears in her eyes and in the loving arms of God, her father and Christ adding that he loved her. (ANI)


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