According to the documents filed in Los Angeles, Murray claims that Jackson was so stressed out over his financial difficulties that he self-administered the dose of the sedative Propofol that killed him in 2009.
"[Jackson] was on the verge of losing his entire estate to foreclosure. The pressure to fight through his insomnia, to rehearse and be the entertainer he was in his earlier years was overwhelming," Murray's lawyers wrote. "His motivation and resulting desperation were relevant to show a likelihood or reason to act in a manner inconsistent with good judgment."
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