Debbie Rowe slams Murray
Debbie Rowe would "buy the bullet" for a Michael Jackson fan to shoot Conrad Murray.
The doctor recently left jail after serving two years for the involuntary manslaughter of Jackson, who passed away in 2009. The pop legend was administered a lethal dose of the anaesthetic Propofol, which he used as a sleep aid.
Murray has given two candid interviews, one with British newspaper The Mail on Sunday.
In the exclusive discussion Murray claimed he and the late singer discussed the parentage of his three children Paris, 15, Prince, 16, and Prince, 11, and insists the two eldest kids - whose mother is Debbie - weren't fathered by Jackson.
Jackson's ex-wife has revealed how "disgusted" she is by Murray's comments.
"A Jackson fan will shoot him dead, and I'd buy the bullet," she reportedly told TMZ. "I wouldn't shoot him but I'd buy the bullet... a hollow-point. If I had a dbbog as ugly as him [Murray] I'd shave its a*s, make it walk backwards and put a wig on it. It takes two to f**k and there's not enough alcohol in the world."
Rowe, 54, continued to voice her thoughts on Murray, who insists Jackson took his own life by injecting himself with Propofol when he was out of the room.
"It's so disgusting he's trashing the dead. The jury sure didn't buy his story," she lashed out.
Murray's controversial claims have made headlines globally since the interview was released yesterday.
The medical specialist refused to speak about whether British child star Mark Lester was the father of any of the children.
"None of them are Michael's biological children. Michael told me he never slept with Debbie. We joked that neither of us would want to have sex with her. He chose friends or business colleagues to help him. He told me he wanted to sever any genetic link to his family," Conrad revealed.
"I will not talk about [Mark]. If the children want to know, I will tell them. There are some secrets I will take to my grave."
Murray also spoke about how Jackson was open about the prospect of dying. They even discussed where he would like to be laid to rest.
"We talked about death and dying. Michael told me he wanted to be cremated and scattered somewhere nice and warm, and we talked about the coral reef off the Turks and Caicos Islands," he added.