Conrad Murray, the found guilty of manslaughter in the death of 1980s superstar Michael Jackson, is warning the medical expert in charge of Prince's care at the time of his death to beware!
"I would say clearly he needs an attorney, and a good one, because we have what we call 'regular justice' and 'celebrity justice,'" Dr. Conrad Murray told Inside Edition in a new interview set to air May 17.
As Radar reported, the doctor who treated the music legend one day before his passing has vanished from his office. Dr. Michael Todd Schulenburg, 46, is "no longer with" North Memorial Healthcare's Minnetonka Medical Center, an employee confirmed.
So far, Prince's doctor has not been charged with any crimes, but that hasn't convinced Dr. Murray, who served two years behind bars for Jackson's death, that he shouldn't tread carefully anyway.
"On the bottle there are clear instructions. If Prince as an adult chooses to take 15 pills every six hours versus two pills every six hours, in the absence of a doctor, do you hold him responsible?" he asked in the interview.
Dr. Murray noted that even though he "was not present when Michael Jackson met his demise" "and he "did everything" to resuscitate the "Thriller" singer after finding him unresponsive, the court still held him responsible.
"I've lost everything. Everything I've amassed has been taken from me as a result of an unjust verdict," said the disgraced medical expert, who added, "I am and I remain an innocent man."
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