The doctor Conrad Murray, who has been reportedly convicted of "involuntary manslaughter" of Michael Jackson, has explained that he would help his daughter Paris Jackson to arrive at some solution to unravel her father's alleged murder.
Murray was found guilty of "involuntary manslaughter" in 2009. But he now wants to unravel the mystery of 18-year-old Paris' theory that her father had been killed, according to mirror.
However, the Thriller singer's children want to wash their hands off Murray - even though he wants to reconnect with them.
"He wants to meet Paris to tell her that he will back her in any plans she has to get justice for Michael," one source said. "They all hold him responsible for Michael's death and have nothing but disdain for him."
Reports also said that Conrad Murray will spill the beans to the singer's children about "the truth" regarding their parentage. But that will happen only when "they are ready for it." However, insiders are convinced that "nothing has changed. Paris sees right through him."
His offer came after Paris claimed Jackson did not die from an overdose of the anaesthetic drug propofol drug administered by Dr Conrad Murray, who was later convicted of his involuntary manslaughter.
Even though eight years have passed since Michael Jackson died, his daughter, Paris is sure that he had been murdered. On Jan 24, she gave an interview to rollingstone. She disclosed some unsavoury secrets - that he used to hint about "people being out to get him." Then "at some point he was like, 'They're gonna kill me one day.'"
However, she never pointed out who she meant by "they". When asked about whether he was murdered or not, she just said: "Absolutely.... it's obvious. All arrows point to that. It sounds like a total conspiracy theory and it sounds like bullshit, but all real fans and everybody in the family knows it. It was a setup. It was bullshit," she added.
Such thoughts are strong and strange, but Paris is unable to answer who exactly would want her father dead. "A lot of people," she answered. But right now, she only wants justice. "I definitely do, but it's a chess game. And I am trying to play the chess game the right way. And that's all I can say about that right now."
Moreover, she is convinced that Michael's doctor, Conrad Murray, is to be blamed. She is sure that he was responsible for her father's dependence on the drug propofol, which is an anesthetic drug that is usually given to patients who can relax, before as well as during surgery or medical procedures. She is convinced that it led to his death.
Later on, Murray got convicted for "involuntary manslaughter" of Michael Jackson on Nov. 2011. Paris revealed that she was livid with The Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) Live, a global sporting and music entertainment group that was responsible for promoting her father's This Is It tour for a few months before he died. Paris is convinced that AEG overworked her father and pushed his doctor, Conrad Murray, to work him to death, so that he could just complete his shows.
Eight years later, Paris hasn't completely healed. "They always say, 'Time heals,'" she said. "But it really doesn't. You just get used to it. I live life with the mentality of 'OK, I lost the only thing that has ever been important to me.' So going forward, anything bad that happens can't be nearly as bad as what happened before. So I can handle it."
Paris lost her father when she only 11, but even now she feels that he visits her in her dreams. "I feel him with me all the time," she told Rolling Stone. She wears 50 tattoos, out of which nine are dedicated to her father.