Michael Jackson was bald and covered in scars — Documentary about his death
The mysterious life of Michael Jackson has had onlookers and followers on the lookout. The King of Pop died under strange circumstances, his body was never allowed to be seen, and much of the investigation was considered confidential.
A detective in the Jackson case assured that Michael was totally bald, and his body was full of scars, giving the appearance of a person who had multiple surgeries, something that was not a secret to anyone.
However, Michael Jackson's drug addictions gave him a depressing look and devastating consequence and the need to be on medication all the time in order to live. It is now known from Scott Smitch, an investigator for the LAPD, that Michael Jackson had a tattooed head, was bald, and with the tattoo hid clear parts of his wig.
Some remember that Jackson had his head burned in 1984 as a result of a commercial he recorded for Pepsi, but with treatments he had hidden his baldness. Another detail Scott Smitch noted is that his head was full of scars.
The scars the researcher found were behind the ear, on the lower neck and on the nose. In these places the scars of cosmetic surgeries are normally hidden, but what was surprising was the amount of these.
Other parts of Michael Jackson's scarred body were his arms, wrists, his entire neck, legs and waist. The detective believes that the King of Pop underwent so many things that in the end it was only the consumption of painkillers that helped him to be calm.
It should be remembered that an excess of Propofol was the official cause of the death of Michael Jackson, an analgesic that according to some statements he was already used to consuming in large quantities to relieve pain.