Michael Jackson's former nurse, Cherilyn Lee, tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that she not only spoke to the Los Angeles Coroner's Office about her former patient, but also the Los Angeles Police Department as well.
Lee divulges that cops from LAPD Robbery Homicide questioned her about Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's personal physician. In a surprising revelation, she says she had never heard of Murray until after Jackson died. Cherilyn tells RadarOnline.com that the LAPD asked her about a phone call placed to her by a member of Jackson's staff, just four days before the King Of Pop suffered cardiac arrest at his Bel Air rented mansion on June 25.
"I thought it was odd," Cherilyn says of the phone call because Dr. Murray would have allegedly been available and cops were very interested about that element. Cherilyn explains that she could hear Jackson in the background saying that half of his body was hot, the other half cold.
Cherilyn believed that he was in "distress," and advised that he go to the E.R.
Lee says Jackson wanted her to come to his home, but she couldn't because she was in Florida at a medical conference. It was the last time that she heard Jackson's voice.
LAPD interviewed Cherilyn after she went public amid her claims that Michael allegedly requested she get the powerful drug, Diprivan for him.