Jackson chef: Conrad Murray never asked me to call 911
"He said, ‘Go get help. Go get security. Go get Prince,’ ” chef Kai Chase told the jury at Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial.
She said the physician was “flustered” and “his eyes were big.”
“He was screaming,” she said.
According to a prosecution timeline, Chase’s encounter with Murray occurred minutes after he discovered the pop star had stopped breathing and about 10 minutes before an ambulance was summoned.
Deputy Dist. Atty. Deborah Brazil asked Chase, “Did he every direct you or request you call 911?’
“No,” Chase said.
Murray, 58, faces four years in prison if convicted.
His defense lawyers contend Jackson gave himself a fatal dose of the surgical anesthetic propofol.
-- Victoria Kim, from Superior Court
Photo: Kai Chase, Michael Jackson's personal chef, left is question by Deputy Dist. Atty. Deborah Brazil , Thursday. Credit Al Seib / Los Angeles Times