Ex-wife of Michael Jackson and mother of two of his children, Debbie Rowe, spent several years working for a Beverly Hills dermatologist. Now, for the first time ever, she shared a disturbing tale about how Dr. Klein exchanged medications for a chance to live the life of a celebrity.

Rowe has never conducted an interview because she refused to discuss Michael Jackson. Rowe will now appear in the TMZ special “Who Really Killed Michael Jackson.” In the documentary, viewers can observe that Dr. Klein repeatedly administered Michael enormous dosages of Demerol in the months preceding his demise.

Rowe alleged that powerful people would call Klein, invite him to a party and ask for drugs as party favors. She also claimed that on party night there’d be 90 Percocet pills or other drugs in a candy dish. She said he regularly traded drugs for access.

The documentary also features the lead detective in the case, who says it was unfair to place all the blame on Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter. Meanwhile, TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson will make its television debut on Tuesday, September 6th at 8:00 PM ET on Fox. It seems like the King of Pop’s story has a lot more to unravel. 

The legendary musician’s death left a lot of unanswered questions. TMZ’s special documentary hopes to answer these questions. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates.

What’s your favorite memory of MJ? Let us know in the comments.

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