Dr. Conrad Murray is the notorious doctor who was charged with the death of Michael Jackson after the singer died of an overdose of prescription drugs such as Propofol and Lorazepam in June of 2009.
Murray is currently serving four years in prison on charges of involuntary manslaughter, but talked to Anderson Cooper from prison yesterday after refusing to testify in a wrongful death lawsuit.
While conversing with Cooper, Murray made a point about his humble upbringing by singing Christmas classic “The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot” in a creepy, haunting way.
Cooper kept a poker face while Murray explained that the song “tells his story.”
“That’s how I grew up – I had no Christmases, I had no toys. I had nothing,” elaborated Murray.
If Murray serves his full sentence, he will be released in October of this year. The doctor still maintains his innocence, saying that Jackson’s passing was a “tremendous loss” for him and a burden that he’s been carrying “for the longest while.”
“The loss is just overwhelming. He was very close to me, I was close to him, we were absolutely great friends.”
–Nadia Noir, CBS Radio Los Angeles