Michael Jackson death certificate amended to ‘homicide’

Certificate now features 'injection by another' as cause of death

Michael Jackson‘s death certificate has been amended since his death was ruled a homicide, it has been revealed.

Last month a Los Angeles coroner ruled that the singer’s death in June was a drug-related homicide, with acute Propofol intoxication as the cause.

Now his death certificate has been changed to include ‘injection by another’ as the cause of death, reports BBC News.

Jackson‘s personal physician Dr Conrad Murray has been interviewed by police with regard to the death but has not been named as a suspect. He has consistently denied any wrongdoing.