Spend a few hours with Hollywood producer Jennifer Klein, and you might want to pop a Valium.
The Los Angeles Coroner’s chief investigator revisited the office of Michael Jackson’s dermatologist Wednesday, even though the coroner announced last week his "thorough and comprehensive" report was completed. “We wanted some additional information, and they provided it,” Ed Winter said as he emerged 90 minutes after entering Dr. Arnold Klein’s Beverly Hills, California, dermatology clinic.
The Los Angeles coroner’s chief investigator visited Michael Jackson’s dermatologist Tuesday to view medical records, the investigator said. The coroner’s report on what killed Jackson last month should be ready the middle of this next week, assistant chief coroner Ed Winter said as he emerged from Dr
Dr. Arnie Klein, dermatologist to the stars, had a long-term association with Michael Jackson. The professor of medicine and dermatology at UCLA was also Jackson’s friend
Michael Jackson’s dermatologist said Wednesday that he was not surprised to learn that investigators found numerous bottles of prescription drugs in the singer’s home — adding that he had warned Jackson about their danger repeatedly. “I’m very shocked by it, but I have to tell you it’s not something that would be unheard of,” Dr. Arnold Klein said in an appearance on CNN’s “Larry King Live.” Klein is the latest in a growing series of Jackson associates who have tied the singer to drugs in recent days
Michael Jackson’s dermatologist did not rule out that he may be the biological father of Jackson’s children, and Dr. Arnold Klein denied that he ever gave Jackson dangerous drugs. Klein, in an interview Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” denied that he was on the list of doctors being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department