EXCLUSIVE: P.I. Says Evi Quaid & Michael Jackson Had Drug Connection: Conrad Murray

Randy and Evi Quaid’s former Private Investigator has exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com a bizarre connection between the couple and Michael Jackson.

Evi is a “time bomb,” the P.I. said.

In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Becky Altringer said Evi Quaid went to Dr. Conrad Murray to fill her many drug prescriptions, including one for Demerol, which she allegedly like to snort on a regular basis.

“Evi told me she got her Demerol from Dr. Murray and plus another doctor,” Altringer said. “She told me that she and Michael Jackson had the same doctors.”

Altringer said she found other medications belonging to Evi, including pills used to treat ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder) and believes the drugs caused Evi to act erratic and, at times, downright crazy.

“Evi told me she believed Michael Jackson had been murdered, along with David Carradine, Heath Ledger, Chris Penn and Natasha Richardson,” Altringer said. “She thought everyone was out to get her, and blamed everything on ‘the Mob.’”

LaToya Jackson accused Dr. Murray of performing CPR on Michael when he knew her brother was already dead

Altringer said Evi’s behavior became so alarming, she began to fear for Randy Quaid. “I honestly believe that Randy was and is a victim of domestic abuse—verbally, physically, every way,” she told RadarOnline.com.

“I’ve seen it. She’s pounded on him. I asked Randy once why he put up with it and he told me, “I don’t know where my money is. I feel so lost.”

To deal with Evi’s mood swings, Altringer said Randy hit the bottle.

“I never said anything because I always wanted to protect Randy,” she said. “But he drank straight vodka every night. He would down these big glasses of vodka every night during the time that I worked for he and Evi. I think it’s how he dealt with Evi. When I saw him laughing in his mug shot, I knew he was probably embarrassed.”

See Evi’s message to the Marfa, TX, Sheriff’s Dept.

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