Dr. Conrad Murray Claims Michael Jackson Took Hormone Injections to Delay Puberty

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Dr. Conrad Murray says that Michael told him his darkest secret while under his care in the three years before he died.

Dr. Conrad Murray says that Michael told him his darkest secret while under his care in the three years before he died.

 

Dr Murray, who met Michael three years before his death, says: “He began talking vaguely, seeming to have more difficulty describing precisely what happened to him. Maybe he was almost at the limit to his cathartic confession that night. But what Michael said left me the impression that he had been given injections, probably hormones, to delay puberty.

“That’s a very earth shattering problem Michael has dealt with for some time,” Murray said.

“It’s important to maintain that if you want to continue with longevity, otherwise careers are ended.”

When questioned about whether Jackson’s father and family conspired to ‘chemically castrate’ him so his voice wouldn’t break, he responded with ‘those were Michael’s words’.

“Those were Michael’s words, that he had been chemically castrated… that was a hard pill to swallow and hard to live with,” he said.

Dr Conrad Murray, the man authorities in the US blamed for the King of Pop’s death, said he was sworn to secrecy over the shocking claim.

According to Dr Murray, the secret is just one of many that Michael confided in him.

He explained that after the Thriller icon isolated himself from the world in the fallout from his child sex abuse allegations, he came to him more and more to make confessions.

"I often saw Jackson at his most exposed and confessional. He only agreed to share after making me swear, ‘You will never breathe a word. Never," he went on.

"I agreed. I was shocked when Jackson told me. It would explain all of Michael’s unusual behaviour as well as his ­morphological changes."

He also claimed that Michael suffered from sores and infections on his feet because of the constant dance rehearsals overseen by his father.

“They were covered in callouses… and had an advanced chronic fungal infection. It turned out he always wore socks because he was so ashamed of the way his feet looked," he added.

“The fact Michael’s feet, something critical to him, were in such poor condition was a sign not only had he neglected himself but those around him were not keeping a close eye on his wellbeing.”