Michael Jackson's ex Debbie Rowe is opening up about who she believes should be blamed for the King of Pop's death, saying many of the people who worked closely with him over the years never attempted to intervene to help him.
In an exclusive interview, Rowe tells ET's Rob Marciano, "There were more people involved, every dancer, every musician, every camera man, every sound man that was on that stage that saw him falling apart. God forbid one of them take out a camera and give it to someone like Entertainment Tonight and stop it."
She goes on to explain that in her opinion, people who worked with and around Michael Jackson were too selfish to reach out to the troubled pop star. "They wanted to work with Michael Jackson. They wanted to go on tour with Michael Jackson…All the people that claim to be so close to him who've always been there for him, who've always done everything for him, not one person tried to stop it…[It] is more important to people to say they worked on something. A man died. A father died. A son died."
Tune in to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday for more of Rowe's interview.