The doctor convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson has reportedly offered his support to the singer's daughter, who is thought to have attempted suicide.
Conrad Murray sent Paris Jackson a bizarre audio letter from his cell yesterday expressing his concern and "love" for the 15-year-old star after her alleged suicide attempt on Wednesday.
According to entertainment website TMZ, he said: "Paris, this is a letter to you. I don't know what you are going through but I am sure whatever it is must be difficult.
"I can tell you are not doing well and I don't know if there is anything I can do to solve your pain or help you with your problem.
"But I wanted you to know that I am here for you. I've never been gone. I always will be available to listen to you, answer questions or share with you a plethora or beautiful untold stories of your father, as well as venerable thoughts of you that he shared with me.
"I now leave you the tears in my eyes and in the loving arms of God, your father and Christ. Conrad Murray. I love you."
Meanwhile, Paris' older brother Prince Michael has been to visit her in hospital in an attempt to patch up their relationship. The pair allegedly drifted apart because Paris had been spending more and more time with their biological mother, Debbie Rowe.
A source told RadarOnline.com: "Paris kept pushing Prince [to meet Debbie] and they drifted apart. As Paris began to spend more time with Debbie, Prince was hanging out with his girlfriend.
"However, all of that changed after Paris' suicide attempt. Prince stepped up, as he always does, and told Paris how much he loves her in a phone call and vowed to help her in the aftermath of the suicide attempt.
"He visited her on Thursday."