Michael Jackson’s ex-wife says she is partly to blame for singer’s death
Debbie Rowe, the former wife of legendary pop superstar Michael Jackson, revealed that she blames herself for his death in a new documentary with Fox TV.
As the late Michael Jackson’s personal nurse, Debbie Rowe admitted her part in the singer’s painkiller addiction. She expressed regret for not helping him end his addiction.
Debbie, who also doubles as Arnold Klein’s assistant, fingered the dermatologist for giving Michael Jackson strong pain relief drugs.
“I was basically as bad as him (Klein), and I am so sorry I participated in it. I should have done something, and I didn’t. There is a number of people that died from addictions, and in some way, I was part of it, ” she sobbed.
The 63-year-old was also a surrogate mom to Jackson’s two children – Prince and Paris.
Michael Jackson died in 2009 at 50 years after a cardiac arrest caused by an overdose of Propofol as he was preparing for a show at London’s O2 Arena.