Investigators probing Michael Jackson's death have quizzed his dermatologist and subpoenaed records from his office, ABC News reports. Arnold Klein's lawyer says his client—a personal friend of Jackson's and his dermatologist for more than 20 years—is cooperating fully with the investigation. Klein denies prescribing the singer any of the powerful sedatives that were found in his home.
Jackson "was not in terrible pain when I saw him," Klein recently told Good Morning America. "He danced in the office, and he danced for my patients. He was very muscular, and he was very, very happy and dancing. I saw nothing at that point that would make me worry whatsoever. But I was always concerned about him because I was always worried about other doctors."