Debbie Rowe, the late iconic singer Michael Jackson’s ex-wife, has made hints that she may have contributed to the pop icon’s demise.
Remember that the renowned singer passed away in 2009 at the age of 50 from a cardiac arrest brought on by an overdose of Propofol? When he passed away, he was getting ready to perform at London’s O2 Arena.
Debbie, who was married to the artist from 1996 to 1999, recently expressed her sorrow at his passing in a documentary that was just made for Fox TV.
The 63-year-old expressed guilt for not helping the artist with his opioid addiction more.
“I should have done something and I didn’t. There is a number of people that died from addictions and in some way I was part of it.”
In addition to serving as Jackson’s personal nurse, Debbie also assisted his dermatologist, Arnold Klein, who gave the singer strong painkillers. Debbie was the surrogate mother to Jackson’s two children, Prince and Paris.
She sobbed as she added, “I was basically just as evil as Klein, and I’m really sorry I got involved.”
In a lawsuit concerning Jackson’s demise in 2013, Debbie also charged Klein with “feeding” Jackson’s drug addiction.