Drugs Are Bad M’kay: LAPD Releases Shocking Photos Of Michael Jackson’s Disheveled Bedroom On The Day He Died! [Pics]

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R.I.P. MJ

LAPD Releases Photos Of Michael Jacksons Bedroom On The Day He Died

Via DailyMail

These are the shocking images which further detail Michael Jackson’s tragic spiral into prescription pill dependency, revealed as his family pursue a lawsuit against his concert promoters.

The evidence pictures, released by the Los Angeles Police Department this week, show numerous pill bottles, oxygen tanks and medical supplies littered around the superstar’s bedroom at the time of his death on June 25, 2009.

One image, which was not among the dozens of pictures shown as part of the Conrad Murray manslaughter trial, reveals a metal stand with a hanging bag of intravenous fluids attached.

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In the background are numerous portraits of unidentified babies along with a small picture of Charlie Chaplin. Several canisters of what appears to be oxygen stand next to a wooden dresser topped with gilded mirror…

In one telling image, which appears to have been taken in a car, there is a list of nearby 24-hour pharmacies and the phone numbers.

Conrad Murray’s medical bag is also indicated in one picture, according to RadarOnline, stashed high in a closet in the superstar’s dressing room.

There are also similar images from Murray’s trial including shots of Jackson’s iconic embroidered jackets hanging in a closet and stacks of movies on a nightstand.

It looks like they were pumping every medicine in the cotdamn pharmacy into Mike! SMH

Hit the flip to peep the rest of the photos.

Images via WENN/LAPD

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