A British newspaper reported gruesome details from Michael Jackson's autopsy on Monday.
The Sun of London report described the King of Pop as a 50-year-old man so frail he weighed only 112 pounds and whose stomach contained no food - just semi-digested pills.
Several of Jackson's ribs were broken in the frantic attempt to pump life back into his heart after he suffered the heart attack. The Sun said there were four needle wounds were near his heart, apparently from failed efforts to restart it by shooting adrenaline directly into the organ.
Jackson had lost most of his hair, and his face was disfigured by 13 plastic surgeries, while his hips, thighs and shoulders were riddled with needle marks, the paper said.
However, lawyers said Sunday that claims that Jackson's doctor injected the King of Pop with a powerful painkiller just before his death are absolutely false.
But the doctor's attorney, Edward Chernoff, said Murray found Jackson unconscious in his bedroom, detected a weak pulse in his femoral artery, and began CPR.
He just happened to find him in his bed, and he wasn't breathing, the lawyer told ABC news. Mr. Jackson was still warm and had a pulse.
Dr. Murray has never prescribed nor administered Demerol to Michael Jackson, Chernoff added. Not ever. Not that day. ... Not Oxycontin (either) for that matter.