While news of Michael Jackson's death came as a shock to many, inside sources tell Hollyscoop exclusively that the King of Pop "had doctors visiting him daily."
Michael went into cardiac arrest Thursday afternoon and was rushed to UCLA Medical Center around 1pm. His personal physician was with him at the time and accompanied him to the hospital.
At approximately 1:14pm when he arrived at the hospital, doctors and emergency personnel performed CPR and tried to resuscitate him, but were unsuccessful. He was announced dead at 2:26pm.
The cause of his death is still unknown, but an autopsy is scheduled for this coming Friday afternoon. Michael was transferred from UCLA Medical Center to the coroner’s office via a Los Angeles Sheriff's helicopter shortly after 6pm.
Although Michael had his comeback tour scheduled for this summer, he spent most of his time in seclusion with his three children.
"The children are always home. They are home schooled. Michael is the only one that leaves the house when he needs to go somewhere," the source tells Hollyscoop.
"His house is eco-friendly, there are no carpets because he is highly allergic," adding that most of the house has "wooden floors." The source also tells Hollyscoop that reports of the house being filled with children's statues "are false."
While Michael's life was overshadowed by controversy in recent years, the star will remain the King of Pop for generations to come. Family, friends, fans, and celebrities alike are mourning two great losses today. First Farrah and now Michael. Leave your condolences for the family below. You'll both be missed terribly! It's a dark day in Hollywood today.