Corey Feldman: Michael Jackson was involved in his own death
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Actor Corey Feldman says he thinks his friend, Michael Jackson, was responsible for his own death.
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The King of Pop died in June 2009 from acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication and Jackson's personal doctor, Conrad Murray, was subsequently found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2011, and sentenced to four years in prison. Murray was released last week due to jail overcrowding.
Feldman believes Jackson wanted to die and gave the world a message when he named his final tour "This Is It."
He tells "Good Morning America," "I think Michael was much more involved with it (his death) himself and I don't mean an accidental drug overdose. This is it, that's all I'm going to say, this is it."
Jackson died just days before his 50-concert This Is It London residency was scheduled to begin.
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