Michael Jacksons Death the Drugs

Who Gave Him What and When

One of the biggest mysteries about Michael Jackson's death is exactly who gave him which drugs, when he took the drugs, and for how long he had been addicted to drugs. It seems that Michael Jackson’s death the rumors and scandal were inextricably tied to Michael Jackson’s scandals, his increasingly odd behavior in his later years, and his attempt at a comeback in his career. Despite Michael Jackson moves to Dubai in an attempt to clear his head, it seemed that Michael could not escape his tenuous relationship with drugs. The first connection between Michael Jackson's death and drugs was made by the gossip website TMZ.com, which alleged on the day on Michael's death that Michael Jackson had used a number of aliases to procure many prescription drugs, including names of his bodyguards and managers. The list of Michael Jackson drugs was quite extensive, and included Propofol, Demerol, Xanax, a number of anti-depressants, Vicodin, Paxil, and many more. Michael Jackson clearly had a dependency on prescription drugs that was quite dangerous.

It seemed that Michael Jackson had many people around him who enabled his drug use, ultimately resulting in Michael's death.

People Magazine reported that in 2007, the family of Michael Jackson tried to stage an intervention to help Michael Jackson end his relationship with drugs. However, apparently Michael Jackson’s bodyguards refused to let Janet Jackson and other family members into the home. At the time of Michael's death, the Drug Enforcement Agency was investigating many of the professionals who had allowed Michael access to the prescription drugs, including five of Jackson’s main doctors. Police were reportedly questioning at least 30 doctors, nurses, and pharmacists with whom Michael Jackson had had ties in order to discern the relationship between Michael Jackson's death and drugs.

It seemed that the investigation was making headway at the end of the summer of 2009. Police were reportedly questioning at least 30 doctors, nurses, and pharmacists with whom Michael Jackson had had ties in order to discern the relationship between Michael Jackson's death and drugs. The car of one of Michael’s doctors was towed for five days, which suggested that the doctor may have had something to hide.