Los Angeles, California (CNN) With Dr. Conrad Murray officially charged in Michael Jackson’s death, the Los Angeles coroner has released the autopsy report that said it was a homicide.
The 51-page report gives vivid detail supporting last August’s conclusion that Jackson died from “acute propofol intoxication.”
Autopsy report lists details of Jackson’s death
Coroner investigators first examined Jackson’s body at UCLA Medical Center less than three hours after he was pronounced dead. They used the picture on his California driver’s license to confirm it was the singer.
“The decedent’s head hair is sparse and is connected to a wig. The decedent’s overall skin has patches of light and dark pigmented areas,” an investigator wrote.
Jackson suffered permanent hair loss when his scalp caught fire while he was taping a Pepsi commercial in 1984. He was known to wear wigs in public after the mishap.
Jackson’s dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, told CNN last year that he had treated Jackson for vitiligo, a skin condition that causes irregular patches of white skin.
The front of Jackson’s scalp, from his hairline, was tattooed with dark ink over “frontal balding.” His eyebrows and the border of his eyelids were also tattooed.
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