London (ANI): The doctor at the centre of Michael Jackson's death probe has reportedly landed a starring role on TV. Dr. Conrad Murray, who has been accused of administering powerful prescription drug Propofol to the King of Pop before his death on June 25, was said to have reached an agreement with a documentary crew to film his first day back at work in his Houston, Texas clinic.
According to TMZ.com, the production company was "interested in the reaction of patients to his return," reports the Daily Express. The cardiologist will supposedly feature in one-off TV special that will be broadcast once the probe into the singer"s death is completed.
Murray has purportedly not been paid for the show, but will receive an undisclosed amount once the documentary airs.