Conrad Murray wants to help Paris Jackson solve her father Michael Jackson's ''murder''.
Conrad Murray wants to help Paris Jackson solve her father's alleged ''murder''.
Paris recently revealed her belief that her dad, Michael Jackson - who died in June 2009, from an overdose due to acute Propofol intoxication - was murdered, and disgraced medic Conrad wants to help her get ''justice'' for Michael.
However, as Conrad administered the drug and was convicted in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter for his part in the star's death, Paris wants nothing to do with him.
A source told the New York Daily News: ''He wants to meet Paris to tell her that he will back her in any plans she has to get justice for Michael. They all hold him responsible for Michael's death and have nothing but disdain for him.
''Murray has been out for number one since day one of meeting Michael - nothing has changed. Paris sees right through him.''
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine recently about her theory, Paris, 18, said: ''It's obvious.
''All arrows point to that. It sounds like a total conspiracy theory and it sounds like bull****, but all real fans and everybody in the family knows it. It was a setup. it was bull****.''
Paris also shared how the 'Bad' singer once felt paranoid that someone was trying to kill him.
She said: ''And at some point he was like, 'They're gonna kill me one day.'''
Meanwhile, Conrad recently said he felt Michael's children were ''brainwashed'' and ''trained'' to hate him.
The 63-year-old physician penned a book called 'This Is It! The Secret lives of Dr. Conrad Murray and Michael Jackson', which was slammed by Paris, who tweeted when it was released: ''The fact that people are actually listening to and believing a cold blooded murderer is honestly beyond me.''
And speaking about Paris, he said at the time: ''[Paris] is a child. She's a young adult. She's been tainted. They've trained her to be dishonest. I'm not responsible for that.''
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