Michael Jackson's chef Kai Chase got a police escort out of her Los Angeles apartment Wednesday as news crews waited to question her about Jackson's death.
The celebrity chef was working at Jackson's Holmby Hills home on the day he died. She confirmed to the Associated Press information 1st reported by RadarOnline.com, that Dr Conrad Murray was seen carrying oxygen tanks inside the mansion.
Before she left her Sherman Oaks apartment this afternoon RadarOnline.com spoke with Chase's assistant who was staying with her.
She revealed: "This is very difficult for us because we have been inundated with press requests.
"We are just ordinary people and this is very overwhelming having all this attention and Kai just needs some privacy right now.
"Please allow her some space because we are getting ready to get on a flight out of Los Angeles."
RadarOnline.com has learned that Chase has signed a deal with NBC's Today Show and that she will appear on it tomorrow morning to reveal more details about what happened on the day Michael Jackson died.
As she left in the limo just before 2pm she remained tight-lipped as the police made sure that no reporters blocked the vehicle that was provided by the network.
Chase told the AP that Murray shouted to her to go and get Jackson's son Prince around 12 noon so that he could be with him as he treated the star who had reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest.
Her information about seeing Dr Murray with oxygen tanks at Jackson's mansion was first revealed by RadarOnline.com after the website interviewed another chef Douglas B. Jones.
Both witnesses add credibility to the theory that the powerful sedative Propopol played a role in the superstar's untimely death.
Authorities are continuing to investigate Dr Murray as they weigh whether to press charges against him for administering the drug to Jackson.