A former bodyguard of Michael Jackson's told Daybreak the late pop star willingly isolated himself from his showbiz family as he became more dependent on prescription medication.
Matt Fiddes said his former employer spiralled so far into drug dependency he faked breaking a leg prior to a trip to Oxford University, just so he could bring a doctor with him.
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