Police have seized vials of prescription drugs from Michael Jackson's rented Holmby Hills estate in Los Angeles as part of their ongoing investigation into what caused the King of Pop's cardiac arrest and death on Thursday (25Jun09).
Jackson family lawyer Brian Oxman has confirmed "bags of material" have been taken by cops.
He tells Life & Style magazine, "They (police) were looking for drug vials and syringes. I don't know if they found syringes, but there would have been a lot of drug vials."
Oxman came out publicly shortly after Jackson's death, suggesting the pop superstar had been guzzling prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety pills in the months before his untimely death - and now he's ready to name doctors who signed off on the drugs he fears killed his friend.
Reports suggest Jackson suffered a drug overdose, which led to his cardiac arrest.
Oxman insists he will help the police investigation into Michael's death, adding, "I did warn him about the drugs, but I am sorry I didn't warn him enough.
"I am going to wait until I get the toxicology report, and if his death has something to do with drugs, I am prepared to name names of doctors who prescribed them."