Michael Jackson's Personal Assistant Michael Amir Williams - has been describing in court this evening the moment he got the call to say something was wrong with the singer. Williams told how on the fateful night he found a message on his phone from Murray. It said: "Call me right away, call me right away." When he rang the doctor back, he said Murray did not ask him to call 911, but said: "Get here right away, Mr Jackson had a bad reaction." The court has been told that following Michael's death, Murray approached Mr Williams and made an "odd" request.
Mr Williams said: "He [Murray] said that there is some cream in Michael's room that he wouldn't want the world to know about and he requested that I or somebody else gave him a lift back to the house to get the cream." But Williams said he would not drive him back and told security to lock the house down. Murray allegedly made a second request that Mr Williams drive him to get some food, but the request was again refused.
The singer's bodyguard Faheem Muhammad took to the stand and described the shocking scene he witnessed after entering the King of Pop's room and seeing him lying on the floor with Murray attempting to give him CPR. Mr Muhammad said: "I was shocked seeing him... Shortly after that I realized his children were standing outside of his room, the two older ones Paris and Prince... Paris was on the ground balled-up crying and Prince was just standing there. He just had a real shocked, slowly-crying type of look on his face... I gathered them together and talked to them for a second then got the nanny to come up and walked them downstairs."
Mr Muhammad had been sent to the room after a call from Michael Williams telling him their boss was in trouble. Mr Muhammad said: "When I came into the room I saw Alberto standing up pacing. I saw Mr Jackson's feet and as I continued to walk in I saw the rest of his body. I saw Murray at his side. "He appeared to be administering CPR and he appeared very nervous."
He added Jackson's eyes and mouth were open, and when asked by the prosecution if he thought he was dead, he replied: "Yes." He also said Murray asked if anyone knew how to perform CPR. Mr Muhammad said: "I walked into the room and I saw Mr Jackson and Dr Murray asked the question: 'Does anyone know CPR?'"