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DEBBIE Rowe allegedly reported Michael Jackson's doctor, Arnold Klein, to the police for supplying the late singer with prescription drugs.
The late singer's ex-wife anonymously informed officers that the dermatologist was supplying the tragic pop star with prescription drugs - including the powerful anaesthetic propofol, which has been blamed for his death - using a number of different aliases.
Court documents show an "unknown female caller" - believed to be Rowe - told police Michael used names including Omar Arnold, Fernand Diaz, Peter Madonie and Josephine Baker when he saw Klein, to allow the medic to prescribe him extra drugs.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Rowe holds Klein totally responsible for Jackson's drug addiction.
She believes there is no way he could have become hooked without Klein's help - and she is potentially the only one who can prove it. She must have suspected what was going on for years."
When police searched Michael's Los Angeles home in June they discovered a prescription issued by Klein for an Omar Arnold.
Former nurse Rowe - who is the birth mother of Michael's eldest two children, 12-year-old Prince Michael I and Paris, 11 - was working for Klein in the 90s when she started a relationship with the "King of Pop".
Earlier this week the Los Angeles County coroner's report found Michael had died of a cardiac arrest on June 25 caused by a cocktail of drugs - including lethal levels of propofol - he had been administered to help him sleep.
Michael's personal physician, Conrad Murray, is being investigated for manslaughter over the singer's death, which is now being treated as homicide.
The Los Angeles County Coroner's office is currently sorting through discrepancies in Murray's story of events leading up to the death.
His statement says he administered propofol to Michael at 10.40am and left 10 minutes later to use the bathroom.
He claims he discovered an unconscious Michael two minutes later.
But Murray did not ask security to call emergency services until 12.21pm, after he had reportedly phoned Klein for advice, called a lawyer and made one other mystery call.
But because of an inconsistency in the late star's body temperature, it is believed the singer could have died even earlier.