UPDATE: Dr. Conrad Murray has arrived at the Las Vegas Courthouse.
Michael Jackson's live-in doctor at the time of his death, Dr. Conrad Murray, is expected to appear in a Las Vegas courtroom at 11:30 a.m. PST Monday for a child support hearing.
A source tells RadarOnline.com that cameras will be allowed inside the court hearing Monday, unless a new judge, recently assigned to the case, reverses that earlier order.
Last month, Clark County District Attorney David Roger filed a document to deny the request made by Murray's attorney, Christopher Aaron, that asked a judge to keep the payments, on the $14,000 Murray owes a California woman and her son, at a minimum.
Murray said death threats, and other work-related issues, have prevented him from working regularly in the wake of the Thriller singer’s death.
Janet Jackson, in an interview scheduled to air this week, said Murray is responsible for the demise of her brother, and should no longer be permitted to practice medicine.
"He was the one who was administering," the Control singer said. "I think he should be responsible."
Though he has not been charged, Murray has been in the spotlight since Jackson's June 25 death, which has been ruled a homicide by authorities. Much of the ensuing controversy has been centered around Propofol, a strong anesthetic Jackson was taking. Murray, through his attorney, has said he didn't give the Thriller singer anything that "should have" killed him.
The interview, In The Spotlight, hosted by Robin Roberts, airs on ABC Wednesday at 10/9c.