The L.A. County Coroner's Office has NOT seen the results of a second autopsy performed on superstar Michael Jackson -- an autopsy requested by the Jackson family - Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter exclusively tells RadarOnline.com.
Reports surfaced earlier Wednesday that results from the second autopsy on the King Of Pop's body were consistent with those of the official coroner's report.
But the coroner's office has not had a chance to compare both sets of results to see if the findings into the music icon's death are identical.
RadarOnline.com has also learned that the L.A. County Coroner's Office will release the official results next week and that the star was 'bald' and he did have 'numerous needle marks' all over his body.
The findings of both autopsies will be crucial in that they could mean federal authorities drafting new laws regarding the use of Propofol and they will also be used in the event that any criminal charges be filed against doctors who treated the star prior to his death on June 25.
County officials have confirmed that Jackson was taking prescription medications when he died - the private autopsy was performed on June 27, two days after the star died and one day after the coroner's examination of his body.