A new documentary focused on convicted Michael Jackson “sleep doctor” Conrad Murray — set to begin airing tonight on MSNBC — contains a number of unflattering views of the pop superstar, TMZ.com reports.
The film, "Michael Jackson and the Doctor: A Fatal Friendship," has already been aired in the U.K., and the story reveals a number of comments by people in Jackson’s circle that reflect badly on Jackson.
Some of the most difficult comments come from Dr. Murray himself, who says, according to the report, that Jackson “always had a chamber that was exclusively his. The bedroom that he slept in … I had to persuade him, eventually to have it cleaned. Because … one, he peed the bed. It did not smell good. It was mildew, and I had to get it clean."
Murray adds, according to the story: "Who would ever believe that a man his age would still be wetting his bed?" Murray says the problem was psychological and was not attributable to medication, the report adds.
Michael Jackson’s estate has fought to have MSNBC cancel plans to air the documentary, as TVWeek has reported. Dr. Murray was convicted earlier this week of involuntary manslaughter in connection with Jackson’s death, as previously announced.