The King of Pop's dermatologist denies ever giving the singer dangerous drugs, but said he did sedate Jackson in the past for painful medical procedures.

I was not one of the doctors who participated in giving him overdoses of drugs or too much of anything, Dr. Arnold Klein said in an interview that aired Wednesday on ABC's Good Morning America. In fact, I was the one who limited everything, who stopped everything.

Dr Klein denies ever prescribing dangerous sedatives like Propofol to use.

The cause of Jackson's cardiac arrest remains unknown The official determination will likely wait until toxicology results are completed, which could be weeks away.

According to Klein who saw Jackson just three days before his death, said the singer appeared to be healthy with Jackson even dancing for other patients in his office.