Sade Anding, one of Conrad Murray’s many girlfriends , and the one he was speaking to on the phone, when he discovered Michael was in distress, recently spoke to ABC News’ ‘Good Morning America,’ about the whole ordeal.
Recalling that phone call, Anding told ‘Good Morning America,’ “First, he said, “it’s Conrad Murray. And he sounded like something was Wrong; he didn’t sound like himself to me at all.”
She responded, “What’s up? I haven’t talked to you in a while.”
“And then he was like, ‘Well.’ And it seemed like he wanted to say Something; and I wish I would have just shut up and let him finish. Because he just said, ‘Well.’ And then he took forever.”
Anding said, she eventually realized Murray was no longer listening to her and wasn’t even on the phone, but she could hear muffled sounds from his end of the line, and then she said she heard, “mumbling of voices.”
Murray never resumed that conversation with her and she hung up Worried, and called him repeatedly and sent numerous text messages to his phone.
“And then I never heard from him. And then that’s when… I felt like something was wrong,” she added.
Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department interviewed her days Later, and she said:
“I knew that they were going to reach out to me after that phone call, Like, I knew as soon as I heard what happened, it clicked to me like, ‘Oh God, I’m in it!'”
She said that when she told Murray the police had spoken to her, he couldn’t understand why.
“The first thing he said was, “What? Why? Why are they even getting you involved?” she recalled.
Then she said Murray got nervous, asking her to stop talking about it.
“I would always ask him stuff on the phone. But it was always ‘Oh, our phones may be tapped. I don’t want to talk about anything.’”
Anding said, the events of that day make her sad and that she wishes Murray had never called her, because maybe things would be different and Michael would be alive.
“I felt like it was my fault. But I really felt like, if he wouldn’t have called me, then maybe all that stuff that happened wouldn’t have happened.”
In addition to being sad, Anding is also very angry at all of Murray’s lies to her. “He told me he only had two kids, and he has seven,” she said.
Murray also told her that he was divorced. She only learned he was still married when ‘ABC News’ informed her during the interview. That news came as “a big shock,” Anding said.
Anding said, “He was glad that he was the one that was picked to take on such a big role. He said if I wanted to, that he was going to fly me up there to meet Michael, and meet the kids.”
Anding, who has testified about the now famous phone conversation in court, says she knew nothing about the medical treatments that Murray was administering to Jackson.
She said Murray never mentioned helping Michael sleep, never mentioned the anaesthetic Propofol, and never talked about administering medical attention to Michael, in his home.
Anding says she will testify in the upcoming trial if she is called.