Sade Anding, a Houston cocktail waitress, and a girlfriend of Murray’s, testified that she received a phone call from the doctor at 11:51 a.m. on the morning of June 25, 2009, which is the time prosecutors contend that Murray realized Jackson was in medical distress.
"I started telling him about my day, and that's when I realized he was no longer on the phone. I was just talking, and the next thing, I said 'Hello hello,' and then I didn't hear anything," Anding said.
Nicole Alvarez, another girlfriend of Dr. Murray's and mother to his toddler son, testified about the time she met Michael Jackson. "I was speechless. I couldn't believe I was meeting Michael Jackson...Mr. Jackson was very interested in my pregnancy, and wanted to meet our son," Alvarez told jurors.
The prosecutor grilled Alvarez about Fed-Ex shipments that were sent from Applied Pharmacy in Las Vegas to her apartment. There were at least four different shipments from the pharmacy to Alvarez's residence, and she signed for at least one of those deliveries. The prosecution maintain that Murray was shipping orders of Propofol, the drug that killed Jackson, to Alvarez’s home.
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