Dr Murray asked dead MJ’s chef to call son for help, not 911

Washington: Michael Jackson’s chef has revealed that after the pop king’s death, Dr Conrad Murray asked her to find his oldest son, Prince, instead of calling 9-1-1.

Kai Chase recounted that she was preparing lunch for Jackson and his three children on the unfortunate day, when Murray came down the kitchen stairs and asked her to call in Prince.

“Get help, get Prince, get security,” RadarOnline.com quoted her as telling the court while testifying in the Dr. Conrad Murray involuntary manslaughter trial.

Chase recalled how hurriedly she went into the den to let Prince know that ‘there may be something wrong with his father’ and that Murray was looking for him.


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