Michael Jackson Xanax Pills Overdose?

July 10, 2009

More details are coming out about Michael Jackson’s addiction to drugs. Not only have reports indicated that Jackson may have been injected with Demerol and other strong doses of painkillers before his death, but now it is being said that there may have been a Michael Jackson Xanax pills overdose. Read more and see photos and video here.

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According to a few reports, it is being said that Michael Jackson would take more than 10 Xanax pills a night, “asking his employees to get the prescription sleep medicine under their names and also personally traveling to doctor’s offices in other states to obtain them.”

Not only that but bottles of pills prescribed under different names were also found in the home of the King of Pop. Apparently, a small bottle of Alprazolam, which is generic for Xanax, was prescribed for Frank Tyson by Jackson’s dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein. In addition to the Xanax, a bottle of Prednisone was found also prescribed by Klein in the name of Peter Midani.

In fact, it has even been said that one of Jackson’s doctors wanted the singer to trade in his Demerol addiction for something more potent. In a letter to the King of Pop, Dr. Alex Farshchian wrote, “Buprinex [sic] is the potent narcotic I told you about… It is just like the D but better.”

During the Neverland search, deputies found a note (said to be written by Jackson) that read, “Buprenex does the same as demerol, the only difference is you can’t become an addict on Buprenex.”

At any rate, it is obvious that Michael Jackson had experience with taking a variety of prescription medications. Whether it was a Xanax overdose that killed Michael Jackson is yet to been officially reported.

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2 Responses to “Michael Jackson Xanax Pills Overdose?”

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    nancy Says:

    Buprenex is often used to treat people with severe narcotic addictions. It binds with the body’s narcotic receptors but doesnt produce such an intense euphoria, and it also has a sort of “ceiling” effect where if you take more and more of it your body wont respond like it would if you were taking morphine or demerol. It is used to prevent the worst of the narcotic withdrawal syndrome that is VERY unpleasant. And addicts can take it for years as a way to stop their addiction. Unfortunately, once you are a hard-core narcotic addict, you pretty much always are, and it has to be treated like any other chronic condition. The doctor actually was trying to help MJ.


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    buc Says:

    he could not dance like he did, if on that amonunt ofg xaxaxa,,,,,,,i know