Dr. Conrad Murray (left) and Michael Jackson
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Michael Jackson's possible aliases used to fill prescriptions included his personal chef, his son Prince Michael, a personal assistant, the novelist Jack London and 1930s movie actress/dancer Josephine Baker, according to court documents released Thursday.
Warrants obtained to search the Las Vegas home and office of Jackson doctor Conrad Murray
show that authorities were seeking evidence of the "delivery and storage" of the drug propofol, a powerful anesthesia that Jackson may have taken before his June 25 death. Jackson regularly used propofol to help him sleep, according to media reports.
The documents say authorities were searching for "charts, associated laboratory workups and X-rays, payment records and identification documents related to patient Michael Joseph Jackson" or a number of "aka's" he may have used. These included the name of his chef Kai Chase and personal assistant Michael Amir Williams Muhammad.
In addition to London and Baker, other possible aliases listed were Paul Farance (also spelled Farnce), Bryan Singleton, Mike Jackson, Mic Jackson, Jimmy Nicholas, Blanca Nicholas, Roselyn Muhammad, Faheem Muhammad, Frank Tyson, Fernand Diaz and Peter Madonie.
The warrant was signed in Las Vegas District Court on July 24, two days after DEA agents raided Dr. Conrad Murray's medical practice in Houston. Authorities in Las Vegas seized a computer harddrive, several cell phones, miscellaneous paperwork and a CD bearing the name "Omar Arnold," one of the aliases listed in the warrant.
A separate search warrant also indicted that authorities raided a storage unit in Las Vegas on Tuesday, but no items were seized.
Additional reporting by CHAMP CLARK