Michael Jackson’s dermatologist traded drugs for party invitations, Debbie Rowe claims

Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein, who counted Michael Jackson as a patient, used to trade drugs for invitations to exclusive parties, the singer’s ex-wife alleges in a new documentary.

Debbie Rowe, who was a nurse on Klein’s staff, claims people would ask Klein to write prescriptions to be used as “party favors,” according to the TMZ special “Who Really Killed Michael Jackson?,” airing Tuesday night.

“We had some powerful patients that would come in and say, ‘I need to get 90 Percocet for Saturday night,’ and then you’d go to the party that weekend and there’s a candy dish with Percocet or Quaaludes or something like that, and it came from the office,” Rowe says in a clip published Tuesday by TMZ.

Klein, who died in 2015 at age 70, worked with Jackson for more than 25 years, according to USA Today.

Rowe married Jackson in 1996 and is the mother of his two eldest kids, 25-year-old Prince and 24-year-old Paris. They divorced in 1999.

Klein later denied rumors that Prince was his biological son via sperm donation, according to USA Today.

Jackson, a 13-time Grammy winner whose hits include “Billie Jean” and “Smooth Criminal,” died in 2009 at age 50. A coroner ruled that Jackson died of acute propofol intoxication.

Conrad Murray, a personal doctor of Jackson, was jailed for two years on an involuntary manslaughter conviction. He had told investigators that he gave Jackson the substance to help him sleep.

Klein was reportedly cleared by federal drug agents during the investigation.