Pfeiffer told the site that while he had a friendship with Jackson, he quickly realized he was being used for access to Dr. Klein and his drug stash.
The former office manager says Jackson, “was nice to me and very flattering and he gave me a lot of gifts” prior to his sudden and tragic passing. After his death, however, Jason says he realized the King of Pop had “fed me a line so he could access Klein and Klein’s drugs.”
“I was the gatekeeper and he wanted the Demerol,” he claims.
According to medical records used in the involuntary manslaughter case against Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson frequently visited Klein’s dermatology clinic before his death. Records show Michael was given injections totaling 6,500 milligrams of the painkiller in three months time.
Since the trial, Jason says he’s “rehabbing” his life while settling back into working a 9-to-5 at a software development firm.
“Dr. Klein made it virtually impossible to be employed anywhere else,” he revealed.
Pfeiffer says he’s been forced to delete his social media accounts due to harassment from angry Michael Jackson fans.
“I’ll hopefully just go off into the sunset,” he said. “maybe that will happen, maybe not.”
Bomer is set to take on a “very strange, odd” role in the series, making his debut in the November 5 episode of the hit series.
“He’s in maybe one of the most disturbing things we’ve ever done and a true horror scene,” Ryan Murphy, the show’s creator, told The Hollywood Reporter.
We can’t wait to see it.
Chris Rock is making his way to Saturday Night Live this week and you won’t believe who’s joining him.
Tucker is set to take the stage alongside guest host Bobby Moynihan and musical guest Prince.
Check out the hilarious promo for their episode above and be sure to tune in November 1 at 11:30/10:30 central.
The final installment in The Hobbit series is finally here.
Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Orlando Bloom, Richard Armitage, and Luke Evans gathered together to bring us this epic teaser for the final film, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Check it out above.
Batman and Superman may be facing off in Warner Bros’ latest film, Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but there’s one thing they can agree on: bats rule and we should all do our part to save them.
Ben Affleck, Zack Snyder, and Amy Adams have teamed up to show us why bats are so important to our ecosystem and what you can do to help save them.
Check out the video above and let us know what you’re doing to help #SaveTheBats.