LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Nicole Alvarez, Sade Anding, and Bridgette Morgan (photos below) are among the four Dr. Conrad Murray alleged women / girlfriends who contacting him hours before Michael Jackson’s death, prosecutors claimed today. On Tuesday, stripper babymama Nicole Alvarez took to the stand. She is an aspiring actor. She is one of four Conrad Murray women who could be called during his criminal trial.
Prosecutors claim that Murray was living with Nicole Alvarez. But in the night at issue, he allegedly called Sade Anding. Sade Anding is reportedly a Houston cocktail waitress that Murray was pursuing.
At the same time, two other women were calling Murray. One is an unidentified stripper from Cheetahs that Conrad Murray met in Las Vegas in 2003. The third woman was Bridgette Morgan, allegedly also pursued by Murray.
“He had a pattern of revealing confidential information when it suited him, but he was unwilling to reveal patient information at the most critical time,” prosecutors previously detailed in an earlier court pleading. “He was receiving personal phone calls during the hours when he was supposed to be completely focused on the care of Mr. Jackson.”
When Nicole Alvarez took the stand today, she claimed she met Michael Jackson several times. She claims that Michael Jackson wanted to arrange meetings to see her baby and that he was allegedly very interested in her newborn. Alvarez says she started dating Murray in 2005 when she was dancing. The couple welcomed a son in 2009. She now lives in Los Angeles and wants to be an actor.
The prosecution asserts Alvarez is a far different witness than the other women. “This is a witness who was receiving the propofol shipments at her house” claimed prosecutors in the preliminary hearing. “This is an uncooperative witness who has refused to cooperate with the police, has refused to open the door for the police, has reached out to Dr. Murray’s attorney.”
Morgan previously testified for the prosecution this week. She said that when called him the night in question “he didn’t answer his telephone.”