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Murray distracted by women on fateful day

IMPRESSIVE BEDSIDE MANNER: Dr. Conrad Murray called a Vegas stripper at 8:30 a.m. on June 25, 2009, about two and a half hours before he found Michael Jackson unresponsive on a bed, according to a prosecution motion filed yesterday. Prosecutors had previously revealed that Murray, who was living with another stripper at the time, called a Houston cocktail waitress at 11:51 that morning, about an hour after he admittedly gave M.J. the lethal dose of propofol in an IV drip. The multitasking doc also received two unanswered calls from a third woman he met at a Vegas strip joint in 2003. What’s more, another “girlfriend” was trying to reach Murray to discuss a plane ticket he’d promised to buy her during a lunch date earlier that month, court documents stated. Prosecutors are asking the judge to allow evidence of Murray's wild social life because they think it shows a pattern of "inattentiveness and distraction." (4/15a)

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