Los Angeles police are interrogating at least five doctors who treated Michael Jackson to determine whether pharmaceutical drugs found at his Holmby Hills mansion were properly prescribed. Police found "numerous bottles" of prescription medications at his home, including the dangerous painkiller Diprivan.
"It's a very dangerous drug if self-administered or administered by someone not trained in airway management and cardiac life support," said a Diprivan expert. "You need to have someone who knows what they are doing when they administer it." Some of the bottles had no labels, while others were prescribed to Jackson pseudonyms.