According to testimony in court on Friday, a coroner’s investigator found 12 bottles of powerful anesthetic in Michael Jackson’s bedroom after his death in June, 2009. Investigator Elissa Fleak took the stand at a court in California in an ongoing preliminary hearing which will determine whether Jackson’s physician Dr. Conrad Murray will stand trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge relating to the King of Pop’s death. The singer passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest brought on by an overdose of Propofol. Fleak revealed that during searches of Jackson’s Los Angeles home, 12 bottles of highly potent drugs were found, including two next to the late star’s bed. Nine vials were found in a bag labeled “baby essentials” in a closet.
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