Michael Jackson insider Dr. Susan Etok recalls the moment when the King of Pop allegedly asked her for the drug Diprivan -- and weighs in on Mark Lester's claim that he may be the biological father of Paris in part two of her incredible ET interview!
"Alarm bells went off in my head and I knew I needed to get out of there right away," says the surprise witness about when Jackson allegedly asked her for Diprivan -- and reportedly knew the proper dosage he needed. "When somebody has an addiction all they care about is getting their next fix."
On Friday morning, former 'Oliver!' child actor Mark Lester, who was good friends with Jackson and godfather to his children, said on the "Today" show that he believed he was the biological father of Michael's daughter Paris after donating sperm.
In response, Dr. Etok tells ET special correspondent Diane Dimond, "[Jackson] did tell me he did take some sperm samples from some of his friends. … [Mark] was one of them. Michael really liked that the fact that he had good genes."
Dr. Etok says she had a surreal confrontation at a secret meeting with Jackson on March 6 at the Lanesborough Hotel in London. For the first time on camera, Etok says, "I met Michael and he looked frail. … He looked like he'd been just pasted together just to make him look normal. … [He was] a lot thinner, yeah. And just lethargic and just -- he'd given up."
Jackson was about to make the big announcement about his "This Is It" tour in London, but Etok says the pop icon appeared agitated. "He was upset about the fact that he says the British media was very harsh on him, and how he was hurting. He kept on [talking] about how much he was hurting. … I wasn't sure whether it was emotional pain or whether it was physical pain, and he said he needed me to help him."
Etok says the help Jackson wanted was drugs, including antidepressants, hypnotic drugs and Diprivan, "which is obviously not a routine drug." Later, Etok says she made a staggering discovery of drugs in his bathroom, and took some samples as evidence, which she has given to the LAPD.
"There was a just a whole bunch, like a box with stacks of different medicines," she explains, "And I took just a sample of those just to see what they were. There were just so many, and just paraphernalia [such as syringes, tourniquets and surgical gloves and masks]."
"It was just crazy," she continues. "At the time I didn't really know what they were. I was just really shocked. There was just so much medication, just like looking into a pharmacy, and I thought, 'What is he doing with all of this?!' So I took some of these medications and I took them home and I looked them up and I asked family members, and I found out that they were anti-depressants and things like that, and I just thought no, this is not right."
Monday on ET, Dr. Etok reveals a bombshell: Jackson's plot to become a father again!