LOS ANGELES: The coroner investigation into Michael Jackson's death found he had lethal levels of the powerful anesthetic propofol in his body, and his personal doctor told detectives he gave Jackson the drug to treat insomnia, the Los Angeles Times reported on Monday.
The newspaper cited a newly unsealed affidavit accompanying a search warrant used in the investigation of Jackson's death.
Jackson suffered cardiac arrest and died on June 25 at age 50. Since then, police have probed his death in an investigation that appears focused on the use of prescription drugs and the role of doctors who treated him, including his personal doctor, Conrad Murray.
An autopsy report in to Jackons' death remains sealed while police complete their investigation into the role prescription drugs may have played in his death and the actions of his doctors.