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Home > Blogs > Celebrity Worship > Archives > 2009 > June > 29 > Entry Sun: Jackson emaciated, bald and full of pills at time of deathBy Amelia Robinson | Monday, June 29, 2009, 09:01 AM If the London Sun has it right (let's hope it doesn't), the King of Pop was a mere shell of his former self when he died Thursday.

The newspaper, reporting on an apparently leaked autopsy report, says that Michael Jackson was bald and a " virtual skeleton," weighing just 112 pounds.

The 'Thriller' singer's 5 foot 10 inch body was full of needle marks and bruises, the Sun story says.

Pills were the only thing found in his stomach as Jackson only ate one meal a day, the newspaper reports.Read story here.See video from the BET Awards Sunday, June 28, of Janet Jackson speaking about her beloved brother.Permalink | Comments (3) | Post your comment |CommentsBy ELW June 29, 2009 9:48 AM | Link to this Let's not draw any conclusions.

I hope that when the second autopsy is performed the family will not hide the truth.

If it is drugs that killed him, then they need to share this to make sure it never happens to another person who is shielded from the real world.

Seems like Britney Spears had a similar situation & her family stepped in.

It needs to stop with MJ.

By disgrace June 29, 2009 10:46 AM | Link to this I just hate it when ever anything happens to an African American, Al sharpton and Jessi Jackson has to get in front of the camera.

I like for them to shut up and sit down.

By Gwyn June 29, 2009 11:08 AM | Link to this Perhaps the family hopes the 2nd autopsy shows that MJ was actually a robust 175lbs, with a full head of hair, so that they can maintain their suspicions of foul play.

MJ apparently was a train wreck, and as painful as it will be for the family, they should accept reality and not try to make this someone else's fault.

That won't allay their grief one bit.

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