MORE AUTOPSY RESULTS SHOW MICHAEL JACKSON HAD A SKIN DISEASE... AND WORE A WIG
New details of Michael Jackson's autopsy report came out and confirmed that he suffered from the skin disease vitiligo... which caused him to have white patches along his abdomen, face, arms, and chest.
MJ also wore a wig to hide the fact that he was balding and had only a "sparse" amount of hair. That may have been because of his accidental burning while shooting a Pepsi commercial in 1984.
Michael also had small scars around his neck, wrists, nose, and behind the ears and had dark tattoos near both eyebrows and a small pink tattoo close to his lips.
He weighed just 136 pounds and was found with a bottle of urine near his bedside as well as catheters and disposable needles.
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Michael Jackson's longtime doctor Arnold Klein said the King of Pop liked to pee in bottles.
The autopsy report says that "a closed bottle of urine atop a chair" was found in his bedroom.
Dr. Klein told TMZ that Jackson would pee in any object that was available and it all stemmed from necessity. "That's how he peed."
Klein says when Jackson was 5-years-old and on stage, there were often no bathrooms in the immediate vicinity and as a result he would pee in bottles.