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Conrad Murray Juggling 3 Women On Day MJ Died

4/14/2011 2:54 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Dr. Conrad Murray crossed the professional line in treating Michael Jackson based on his involvement with three women -- one of whom was a stripper ... this according to new documents filed by prosecutors in his manslaughter case.

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According to the docs, Dr. Murray was on the phone with a cocktail waitress whom prosecutors say was his girlfriend ... minutes before the 911 call was made.

Prosecutors say the woman ... Sade Anding, was in Houston where she met Murray while working as a cocktail waitress.  Prosecutors say the call proves Murray was paying attention to his girlfriend, and not MJ, during the critical period before Michael's death.  And, prosecutors want to admit a $500 check that Murray wrote to Anding "after the two came back from a social outing."

Prosecutors also say Murray had communications with 2 other women on the day Michael died, one of whom is a stripper at Spearmint Rhino Gentleman's Club in Las Vegas.  Prosecutors want to admit text messages between Murray and stripper Michelle Bella sent on June 25, 2009 at 8:30 A.M.  Prosecutors also want the jury to see a receipt for $1,100 -- showing what Murray paid for at the Spearmint Rhino the day he met Bella.

A third woman -- Bridgette Morgan -- also called Murray on June 25, to ask about a plane ticket he said he was purchasing for her so she could fly out to see him.

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16.

get a life ho    

the prosecution team is out of thier minds !

You can't be allowed to have at least 3 strippers on speed dial without being acused of manslaughter ?.,.,lol

aint life a b itch ?

What's the world coming to ?

it shows just how weak this stupid case is .,.,.,.

1187 days ago
17.

Mel    

Hmmm...I suppose next time I go to the doctor, I better ask how many sexual, or potentially sexual, partners she has. She's knocked up right now, too, so I can't wait to ask if baby-daddy issues will put her on Jerry. I mean, it's my business to know that about her, right?!

Frickin dipsticks!

1187 days ago
18.

Denisse    

Oh so that's why his attorney wants to throw his trifling behavior of a whore out of court!!! MJ may have had his issues but he didn't deserve to die this way...this trifling doctor needs to go to jail!!!!

1187 days ago
19.

ckat    

SICKO!

1187 days ago
20.

mj fan forever    

A WHOREMONGER, A TOTAL INCOMPETENT AND A COLD BLOODED MURDERER!!!! I DO BELIEVE HE DOESN'T WANT HIS SQUALLID PERSONAL LIFE TO BE SHOWN IN COURT!!! THEY JUST SHOULD INCREASE THE CHARGE!!!
JUSTICE FOR MICHAEL JACKSON!!!!

1187 days ago
21.

sloppy seconds    

you see the size of this guys nose holes? holy cow! talk about huge! wtf?

1187 days ago
22.

aston    

There are certain things some don't seem to understand. Michael Jackson did not die from a drug addiction, he died because Murray gave him a dangerous anesthetic in an unprofessional way.

Yes, Murray was his doctor, he was hired at 150 000 dollars a month to be that, and he said so himself when Kenny Ortega was worrying about Michael's health. "I'm the doctor, you're not." He had been doing this for six weeks. He didn't just happen to pass by, unfortunately dropping a vial of propofol nearby a crazy addict. Michael didn't want to risk his life and take propofol himself - he had to shop for a doctor to do it for him, and sadly ended up with Murray.

And again - Murray shouldn't have left the room. He was in charge, and he slipped.

Even IF Michael had suddenly gone completely mad and wanted to commit suicide or take risks (which is pure conjecture and, according to everyone, highly unlikely) it would have been very difficult to do physically, and Murray's fault anyway because HE LEFT THE ROOM. Leaving vials of propofol behind. You DON'T leave a unconscious or semi-conscious patient alone in a room with bottles of poison lying around.

1187 days ago
23.

MiMi    

That's an interesting article Della. But it seems the author is suggesting that Doctors be retrained versus being prosecuted.


"Criminal punishment for medical negligent
conduct is a growing trend. Studies of these
Negligence, from page 38 cases indicate that the triers of fact tend to
place a greater emphasis on the defendant’s
subjective state of mind. The concern is that
a jury may render a “guilty” judgment without
considering whether the health care
provider’s conduct fell within the objective
standard of care. Moreover, the criminalization
of medical negligence fails to serve
the three goals of criminal law. Criminal
culpability for health care providers should
be limited to instances of recklessness. Providers
who are reckless will be criminally
punished for undertaking actions in which
they were aware of the risks.
Ultimately, civil liability is the preferred
method for settling issues of negligent conduct.
It provides the patient with the opportunity
to recover for his or her injuries and
medical expenses. Additionally, medical
and nursing boards already have existing
procedures for punishment and reform,
all of which supersede the necessity of a
prison sentence. With these existing civil
liabilities and sanctions, the focus should
be on rehabilitating these health care providers
to prevent them from repeating the
same mistakes, and not imprisoning them
for unintentional error."

http://www.dri.org/(S(wyafbz553iyccsvccfzh4l55))/articles...


But I would hardly call Murray's actions unintentional.

1187 days ago
24.

k    

what does his preference in women have to do with the case? are prosecutors getting desperate already?

1187 days ago
25.

Siggisis    

Conrad Murray will pay for his recklessness - I have no doubt about it. It is all too obviously criminal, actually.

BTW - TMZ changed the system; no more cloning?? :-D

1187 days ago
26.

Della    

There were some drawbacks in the article, I admit. My attempt was to talk about when does it become criminal and focus only on that aspect. Nothing else.

1187 days ago
27.

Siggisis    

Hey Siggi!


So far no. But UnWell is posting as MiMi's D+++o on another board.


Just have to hit those report buttons LoL

:-)

1187 days ago
28.

JLa    

Murray I hope you lose your license and get put away. Dumb@$$!!

1187 days ago
29.

Pegasus    

These are only part of the reasons why the judge should allow all of those do***ents/ statements/ autopsy photos/ etc. to be admitted into the trial - They all are relevent in some way to what happened on that day, as well as Murray's character, etc. No wonder that Murray's Defense Team is trying so blasted hard to keep them out of the trial saying that they are not relevent - BS! They most certainly are!

1187 days ago
30.

MiMi    

Gotcha


IMO it would become criminal if the negligence was the actual cause of someone's death or if the patient was severly disabled/harmed because of the physicians actions or inaction.

Obviously there are varying degrees as to what is considered negligence.

Found another article that helps to explain it.

http://www.ispub.com/ostia/index.php?xmlFilePath=journals...

1187 days ago
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