Michael Jackson’s security guard Faheem Muhammed, who headed Jackson’s security detail, took the stand this afternoon in Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial. He was among the first to arrive in the bedroom on the day Jackson died.
Muhammed testified that Dr. Conrad Murray was trying to revive Jackson in a bedroom of a Holmby Hills mansion as the pop star’s two older children were present before asking whether anyone knew CPR.
He testified that when he saw Jackson, he appeared to be dead. “His eyes were open and his mouth was slightly opened,” said Muhammed.
Muhammed removed the children, Paris and Prince, from the room and returned to assist another guard. He said “Paris was on the ground, balled up, crying,” and Prince “had a shocked look,” he added.
He later accompanied the children and Jackson’s personal assistant, who also testified Wednesday to the hospital. They went to a private room as they waited for word about Jackson.
Muhammed also testified that Murray asked him for a ride back to Jackson’s mansion from the hospital after they learned of Jackson’s death. The doctor made a similar request of Jackson’s personal assistant at the hospital as well.
‘There’s some cream in Michael’s room that he wouldn’t want the world to know about,’ said Muhammed. “He requested that I give him a ride back to the house so the world wouldn’t know about the cream.”