A number of skin-whitening creams were found at the home of Michael Jackson following his death, according to newly released documents.
Michael Jackson kept a number of skin-whitening creams at his home.
The 'Thriller' star - who died last June from acute Propofol intoxication aged 50 - stocked large quantities of anaesthetic and skin-whitening creams at his Californian home according to search warrants which have been released during the trial of Conrad Murray.
The doctor -who has been accused of administering the powerful drug Propofol to the star minutes before he died - told police where they would find all of the King of Pop's medication.
Police then discovered 37 tubes of Hydroquinone and Benoquin, which are creams used in the treatment of a skin condition called vitiligo, something Michael always insisted he had.
Police also found four bottles of anesthetic.
Doctor Conrad Murray continues to deny involuntary manslaughter.