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Michael Jackson’s Dirty Dealing Doc Arnie Klein Wanted For Arrest!!!!

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You KNOW there’s something wrong if the U.S. Marshals are after you!!

And Arnie Klein, Michael Jackson’s former shady doc, is no stranger to this situation.

While he was once the famed "Father of Botox", and accordingly a dermatologist to some of the biggest names in Hollywood, he has since become bankrupt after giving the King of Pop frequent and unnecessary doses of Demorol leading up to his death.

A warrant for his arrest was issued in February when Arnie couldn't bear to turn over his expensive Ferrari and art collection — to the point where the U.S. Marshals had to be brought in to assist with the transaction!

The U.S. Marshals were called upon yet AGAIN just recently when Arnie failed to show up to court for his bankruptcy case.

Arnie is really fighting a losing battle here. If he doesn’t turn himself in, he’ll be arrested once found and HAULED into court.

Coulda saved yourself a lot of trouble by just showing up the first time, Arnie!!

So if you see Arnie around, let the authorities know!!

Just don’t let him shoot you up with Demorol, because we all know what that did to MJ….

[Image via AP Images.]

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3 comments to “Michael Jackson’s Dirty Dealing Doc Arnie Klein Wanted For Arrest!!!!”



  1. 1

    Also known as Paris and Prince Jacksons' real dad…

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    i think this guy looks like michael jacksons oldest son! ~ any idea if he was a sperm donator?

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    Re: ida – He does. I've always thought so.
    Demorol should be 'demerol.'