Katherine Jackson Duped by Doctor With Ties to Dr. Conrad Murray Before She Went 'Missing', Claims Her Lawyer (EXCLUSIVE)

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A doctor with ties to Dr. Conrad Murray -- the convicted criminal who administered a lethal dose of the anesthetic propofol to singer Michael Jackson -- tricked Katherine Jackson into believing he was treating her on behalf of her regular physician in the moments before she disappeared, according to a lawyer for the famed matriarch.

In another bizarre development in the mysterious and apparent "disappearance" of 82-year-old Katherine, attorney Sandra Ribera said the doctor -- who she would not name -- claimed to be working for the octogenarian's personal physician and instructed her to fly and drive to her sons' Unity Tour concerts in New Mexico, Arizona and Las Vegas, as she had long planned.

"Last weekend Katherine Jackson was getting ready to leave for a much anticipated road trip in the RV her son Michael bought for her to watch her sons perform," Ribera told Celebuzz.

"Prior to her departure, a doctor was brought to her home and represented that he had been sent from the office of her longtime physician. Based on this representation, Mrs. Jackson agreed to meet with the doctor who subsequently ordered her to fly rather than drive to her sons' concerts. Mrs. Jackson followed what she believed to be her doctor's instructions.

"Katherine Jackson's longtime physician recently confirmed that his office did not send a doctor to Mrs. Jackson's home last weekend before she left on her trip," Ribera added.

"It has further been discovered that the doctor that Katherine Jackson last saw has been publicly reprimanded by the California Medical Board for fraudulent activities and has ties to Dr. Conrad Murray."

When Katherine failed to show up ay any of the schedule concerts, her worried grandchildren -- Prince Michael Jr, 15, Paris, 14 and Prince Michael II, 10, the children of her late pop star son Michael -- were told by their aunts and aunties, who are said to be with Katherine, that their grandmother was not available to speak with them.

"Knowing that their grandmother has never gone more than 24 hours without checking in with them when she travels, her grandchildren grew concerned after they failed to hear from her and contacted family members asking to speak to her," Ribera said.

"Michael's children were told by family members who were allegedly with Katherine Jackson that their grandmother was not available to speak to them. Mrs. Jackson did not attend any of her sons' concerts, which she had been looking forward to for some time."

What's more, Katherine's grandchildren have been given confusing information concerning their grandmother's health, according to Ribera.

"Concerned family members, particularly Michael's children, have since made ongoing pleas to those believed to have knowledge of her location for information regarding her whereabouts. The only reports provided have been both conflicting and confusing -- especially those pertaining to the status of Katherine Jackson's health," the statement from Katherine's attorney read.

"When Michael's children last saw their grandmother on July 15, 2012, she was in great health physically as well as mentally."

The lawyer's statement in full read:

Last weekend Katherine Jackson was getting ready to leave for a much anticipated road trip in the RV her son Michael bought for her to watch her sons perform on their Unity Tour in New Mexico, Arizona, and Las Vegas. Prior to her departure, a doctor was brought to her home and represented that he had been sent from the office of her longtime physician.  Based on this representation, Mrs. Jackson agreed to meet with the doctor who subsequently ordered her to fly rather than drive to her sons' concerts. Mrs. Jackson followed what she believed to be her doctor's instructions. During what was to be a brief trip, Mrs. Jackson left her son Michael's children, of whom she is guardian, in the care of her adult grandsons.

Knowing that their grandmother has never gone more than 24 hours without checking in with them when she travels, her grandchildren grew concerned after they failed to hear from her and contacted family members asking to speak to her.  Michael's children were told by family members who were allegedly with Katherine Jackson that their grandmother was not available to speak to them. Mrs. Jackson did not attend any of her sons' concerts, which she had been looking forward to for some time.  Moreover, Katherine Jackson's longtime physician recently confirmed that his office did not send a doctor to Mrs. Jackson's home last weekend before she left on her trip. It has further been discovered that the doctor that Katherine Jackson last saw has been publicly reprimanded by the California Medical Board for fraudulent activities and has ties to Dr. Conrad Murray.

Concerned family members, particularly Michael's children, have since made ongoing pleas to those believed to have knowledge of her location for information regarding her whereabouts.  The only reports provided have been both conflicting and confusing -- especially those pertaining to the status of Katherine Jackson's health.  When Michael's children last saw their grandmother on July 15, 2012, she was in great health physically as well as mentally.

Prince, Paris, and Blanket are the light of Katherine Jackson's life, as she is to those children.  Out of concern for Mrs. Jackson's well-being and in an effort to ensure her being safely reunited with her grandchildren as soon as possible, a report was filed on Saturday with the Sheriff's Department who will be investigating this matter.

A police spokesman confirmed to Celebuzz on Saturday that a missing persons report had been filed by a family member who was "concerned for her well-being."

In a statement, it was said that Katherine "is reportedly with family members" and deputies are continuing to try to reach her.

However, as Celebuzz first reported on July 19, this latest drama comes in the wake of a scathing letter her children -- Janet Jackson and four of the singer’s siblings -- sent to the men who control the King of Pop’s estate, claiming that the singer’s will is “fake, flawed and fraudulent” and that his lawyers forged the King of Pop’s signature on it.

On Saturday, teenager Paris took to Twitter voice concerns regarding her grandmother's disappearance.

She tweeted, “Yes, my grandmother is missing. I haven’t spoken with her in a week… I want her home now. If anybody sees my grandmother, please call the authorities or this… security number. Thank you so much.”

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  • VICKI
    VICKI

    THEY DEFINTELY NEED TOHAVE THE AUTORITIES STEP IN AND GET A JUDGE TO ORDER THOSE BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO TELL WHERE SHE IS BING HELD. YES HELD, MORE THAN LIKELY WITHOUT HER WISHES AND PROBABLY BEING DRUGGED. THE AUTHORITIES SHOULD STEP IN WITH HER LAWYER AND GET HER HOME IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOES NOT SOUND LIKE A SAFE SITUATION FOR HER AND THE THREE GRANDCHILDREN. THIS IS JUST SO MANY LIES.

  • Memem
    Memem

    They've probably got her hooked up to a propofol drip as we speak. Sad times.

  • Cynthia Garcia
    Cynthia Garcia

    The children (Prince Paris and Blanket) need to taken out of that home and placed with non-family friends like the "Cascios" until this fight over the Estate is settle once and for all.. No one is talking about MJ's KIDS and the not so healthy situation the Jackson have created for them ...But we know what's going on, it's not about Katherine it's MONEYYY

  • Isaiah Israel
    Isaiah Israel

    hope shes not dead