Michael Jackson Really Did Have That Skin Pigmentation Disease And Also He Tattooed His Eyebrows

A doctor who performed an autopsy on Jackson's body said he really did have vitiligo, the disease that causes irregularities in skin pigmentation. He also had tattoos all over his face.

The doctor who conducted an autopsy of Michael Jackson's body spoke to jurors at the singer's wrongful death trial Tuesday, and this is what they learned:

The trial is to decide if AEG, the concert promoter for This Is It, is responsible for Jackson's death along with Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor who supplied Jackson with propofol, an anesthetic.

The doctor who conducted the autopsy, Dr. Christopher Rogers, said, "There was no indication from the autopsy that there was anything anatomically wrong with him that would lead to premature death."

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