Janet Jackson has spoken out against her late brother's doctor CONRAD MURRAY - insisting she blames the physician for the King of Pop's death.
Murray has pleaded not guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter amid accusations he administered the powerful anaesthetic Propofol to Jackson, which led to the singer's death last June (09).
He is expected in court on Monday (05Apr10) to face the charge.
But the doctor is already guilty in the eyes of Jackson's pop singer sister Janet, who revealed her thoughts on the Thriller star's death to Oprah Winfrey on Friday (02Apr10).
When asked by the TV titan if she blamed Murray for her sibling's demise, she replied, "Yes, I do. He's the one that was administering the drug, from what I do know."
She also confirmed in the interview that the Jackson clan had tried several times to intervene in an effort to get the singer into rehab for his drug addictions, but insisted they failed as he was "very much in denial".
Jackson died after suffering a drug-induced cardiac arrest.