Dr. Conrad Murray, convicted Monday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, candidly opens up in a new documentary, speaking about his patient and that fateful day in June 2009 when Michael Jackson didn't wake up from a propofol induced slumber.
"Michael Jackson and The Doctor: A Fatal Friendship" was filmed in November 2009, prior to Murray being charged. The doc reveals some very intimate details about the singer. Watch this sneak peek, courtesy of TMZ.
UK reporter Steve Hewlett conducted the interview with Murray, and Zodiak Rights, the international division of Zodiak Media Group, has pre-sold the program to major broadcasters around the world, including NBC, which plans to air in the U.S.
Meanwhile, the 58-year-old physician, who was taken from court in handcuffs and sent to the L.A. County Jail without bail. Murray will remain behind bars until his November 29 sentencing, where he may get up to four years.
The King of Pop's dermatologist and good friend, Dr. Arnold Klein, is bitter and wants to know why Murray was selected in the first place.
"Someone has to be wise enough to investigate how this situation all came to be," Klein told "Extra." "How did Conrad Murray come to be Michael's doctor when he's totally incompetent in what he's doing? He's taken our music away. He's taken my friend away."