A security man working at Michael Jackson’s home has been identified as the person who made the 911 call after the pop star was found not breathing in his bedroom on June 25.
According to a source who spoke to Access Hollywood, the caller was Alberto Alverez. The source told Access that Alverez was made to sign confidentiality agreements and cannot talk.
“We have a gentleman here who needs help, he’s not breathing, we’re trying to pump him but he’s not breathing,” Alverez told emergency services on the call, made in the early afternoon last Thursday.
The voice of Michael’s live-in doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, is also heard on the call.
A short while after Alverez’s call, the pop star was picked up by paramedics and taken to UCLA Medical Center, where medical personnel worked on the star for an hour before pronouncing him dead.