MICHAEL Jackson's doctor made flirty texts and calls to three women on the day he died, documents revealed yesterday. Conrad Murray was wooing them when he should have been watching Jacko after giving him a cocktail of drugs, prosecutors claim.
They say he was distracted in the crucial moments before the singer's death on June 25, 2009.
Murray, 58, was on the phone to Texas cocktail waitress Sade Anding, 24, minutes before calling 911 to raise the alarm.
He also sent texts to Las Vegas stripper Michelle Bella at 8.30am. A third woman – Bridgette Morgan – also called that day about a plane ticket he was buying her.
Murray's lawyers want his love life and trips to strip clubs banned from his trial next month.
But the papers, filed by prosecutors in Los Angeles yesterday, state: “The details of these relationships are relevant to show Dr Murray's level of inattentiveness and distraction while he was responsible for the care of Mr Jackson.”
As part of their evidence, prosecutors want to admit a £300 cheque Murray wrote to Anding “after the two came back from a social outing”.
They also have a £670 receipt showing what Murray paid at a strip joint the day he met Bella.
The doctor was living with Nicole Alvarez, 28, the mum of his young son, at the time of Jacko's death. He has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter but admits giving Jacko drugs at his mansion in LA, although not the fatal dose.No tags for this post.