The doctor accused of killing Michael Jackson is making a plea -- but not the kind you’re thinking.
Dr Conrad Murray jumped out of his seat to help a 23-year-old woman who fainted aboard a US Airways flight at the weekend.
Now, he has begun a search for the mystery patient to “check on her Progress”.
“If you find her, please let her know the Doctor would love to talk with her,” Miranda Sevcik, a member of the legal team representing Murray in his involuntary manslaughter case, told RadarOnline.com.
“I do believe she has Dr. Murray's contact information in case her doctors had any further questions (but) all we know was that she was treated and released.
“We hope she calls, though.”
According to reports, Ross had a very weak pulse when a flight attendant on the Houston to Phoenix flight came over the loudspeaker to ask if there was a doctor on the plane.
Dr. Murray, whose California license is suspended while he awaits trial, was able to start an intravenous drip he found in the plane's medical bag and stabilize her.
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The plane was diverted to Albuquerque.
Upon landing, the woman, who was traveling with an 11-month-old baby, was met at the gate by paramedics and taken to a local hospital.
At the time of the incident, Murray was in transit to Los Angeles to meet with his trial lawyers.
Michael Jackson died last June after being found unresponsive in a Beverly Hills mansion while under the care of Murray.
Murray has since been charged with involuntary manslaughter, a charge the doctor has denied. He remains free on $75,000 bail pending trial.