MJ’s older sister pulls no punches when discussing his death in new book.
Michael Jackson's older sister La Toya has been working on new beginnings since the unexpected death of her brother and the world’s most beloved entertainer. First she was a Donald Trump favorite on Celebrity Apprentice where she was featured on the reality show twice, only to be booted off twice in the same season. Now she’s prepping for her newest book, Starting Over, scheduled to hit bookstores next week.
The soft-spoken La Toya, who was also one of the most vocal siblings following her brother’s 2009 death, never hesitated to publicly point the guilty finger at Dr. Conrad Murray when asked who she blamed. Jackson and her publishers have perfect timing as the book is debuting the same week the King of Pop was pronounced dead two years ago on that unforgettable day of June 25.
According to Access Hollywood, the iconic sister writes she confronted Murray in the hospital but only received “evasion and excuses” for answers. She even gets personal about Mike’s children, the three people who were around him the most, sharing inside information from daughter Paris, who supposedly described her father as always crying and cold.
While the book seems like it will be chock full of candid revelations from the middle Jackson sister, the drama will continue to unfold when Murray faces a court of peers in a September trial for involuntarily manslaughter. Murray was with Michael when he died and has consistently denied any wrong doing for the singer's death.
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