SEEN IN THE PRESS – The “Daily Mirror” has released new information about Michael Jackson’s health at the time of his death.Stomach full of pills, wig glued to the skull or vitiligo, at 50, the pop star seemed far from being in full shape. By RTL
Eleven years later, there are still many mysteries surrounding the death of Michael Jackson. On June 25, 2009, the king of pop left us with fatal cardiac arrest after an overdose of anesthetics administered by his doctor. The autopsy was unveiled a few days later, but some details about the artist’s last days had remained secret.
The British daily The Daily Mirror shared this hidden information on Monday, December 21, which raises many questions about Michael Jackson’s daily newspaper. He died at the age of 50 and weighed only 55kg and appeared to be fighting an anorexia problem. The autopsy report revealed that in his stomach were only partially dissolved pills, after apparently surviving with only one small meal a day.
In addition, some of his remains, hips, thighs, and shoulders, were covered with puncture marks, potentially linked to painkillers. The injection marks all over his body and the disfigurement caused by years of plastic surgery show that he had been in a terminal phase of decline for a few years,’ said a source close to the singer.
A body in critical condition
Many other details about the star’s condition are cause for concern, his lips were tattooed in pink, his eyebrows in black, as the front of his scalp to blend into his hair. Her hair, by the way, was just a wig stuck to her skull. Some speculate that they would never have postponed his accident in the middle of a pub shoot in 1984. The singer had been severely burned.
“He had skin and bones, his hair had fallen out and he was only eating pills when he died,” adds Michael Jackson’s close source.The singer also suffered from shins, knees and back. In addition, the numerous light and dark skin spots found on his body seem to confirm that he had vitiligo.
Source : RTL