Nutritional counselor, Cherilyn Lee on Tuesday, Jun 30 that despite her warning of the dangerous consequence of the drug, Michael Jackson used to demand for the drug, Diprivan, which is given intravenously.
Lee also disclosed some information which could be key to the investigation into the reason that led to Michael Jackson's death. She said that four days before his death, Jackson had made a 'frantic phone call' to her which made her fear that he somehow obtained Diprivan or another sedative.
Lee recalled another the phone call she received from one of the Michael Jackson's staff on Jun 21, "He called and was very frantic and said, 'Michael needs to see you right away.' I said, 'What's wrong?' And I could hear Michael in the background ..., 'One side of my body is hot, it's hot, and one side of my body is cold. It's very cold."
She reportedly advised the staff to take him to a hospital immediately. But someone gave him a drug that hit his central nervous system, she said. And added "He was in trouble Sunday and he was crying out."