Detectives Found Propofol, Skin-Whitening Creams in Michael Jackson’s Home

Newly unsealed search warrants obtained by ET reveal what detectives found while searching Michael Jackson's home after his June 25th death. The details follow:

Detectives searched the late King of Pop’s home on June 29. Among the items they discovered were several vials of the powerful drug propofol (Jackson died of "acute Propofol intoxication," according to the coroner's report), as well as 19 tubes of hydroquinone and 18 tubes of Benoquin, both skin-lightening agents.

Two days earlier, Jackson's former personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray told authorities he'd left "his medical bag, including the medicines given to Jackson," in the late singer's bedroom foyer.

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