Grenada-born, Trinidad-raised Conrad Murray, the doctor blamed for Michael Jackson’s death, has penned a sensational tell-all book exposing some of the more bizarre aspects of the King of Pop’s life.

Titled “This is It” – the name of the ill-fated 2009 comeback tour for which Jackson was preparing at the time of his death – the book details everything from the pop star’s antics with hookers to his wish to wed two famous pre-teen girls.

Murray, a cardiologist, served as Jackson’s personal physician for three years. He was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death, but served only half of his four-year sentence. Jackson died in 2009 of a prescription drug overdose, at the age of 50.

Despite the shocking revelations in his new book, Murray claims he was like family to the superstar and was carrying out his wishes to “set the record straight.”

As if to demonstrate the deep friendship he shared with the “Thriller” star, the physician revealed that the singer was “betrayed” by one of his close family members. He claimed Jackson begged him to protect his family from that individual if anything happened to him.

“Young love”

With respect to Jackson’s romantic aspirations, Murray claimed the singer wanted to marry his 12-year-old British goddaughter. Her name is Harriet Lester, the daughter of friend and former “Oliver!” child actor Mark Lester. But, according to Murray, the then 11-year-old Harry Potter actress Emma Watson soon became Jackson’s second choice.

According to the cardiologist, Jackson became infatuated with Watson, now 26, after seeing her play Hermione in the Potter movies. He said the singer kept a cardboard cut-out of her at his LA home.

As to Jackson’s passion for his goddaughter, Murray told The Daily Mirror: “Michael fell in love with Harriet when she was roughly five years old. Then, by age 12, he grew to become fixated on her.”

The doctor said Jackson wanted him to visit Lester and discuss a potential marriage while the pop star was in London ahead of the planned “This Is It” concerts.

Mark Lester declined to comment to the Mirror about Murray’s allegations, and Jackson’s friendship with Harriet reportedly remained entirely innocent.

In spite of these strange claims, Murray refused to comment on whether Jackson was a danger to children.

Romps with prostitutes

Murray also claimed Jackson would dress up as a clown and wear surgical masks to romp with prostitutes and not be recognized. He added the two of them would also put on fake Arabic accents to stop the girls from discovering Jackson’s identity.

In the book, Murray claims that the hit-maker would also sometimes pose as a stroke victim to conceal his identity.

“I once wore scrubs and Michael walked with a limp, pretending to be a stroke victim. He was drooling on one side of his mouth,” the cardiologist said.

Murray recounts a tale in which Jackson was desperate to go to a strip club. But to avoid being spotted, he insisted Jackson go to a low-profile hotel and have escorts come to him.

They visited the Gold Coast Hotel in Las Vegas and performed their stroke victim routine to make it safely to their room, where Murray arranged for the escorts to be sent over.

Murray recounts how Jackson insisted that the two girls supplied be extremely slim, exotic and mixed race.

“Another time, with Michael dressed as a clown, we had to keep stifling laughter as people stared at us,” he added.

On a more serious note, Murray said that Jackson considered him family. He insisted that money was not his motivation for writing the book, but he had done so at Jackson’s request.

Murray, who now divides his time between Florida and California, still maintains his innocence in Jackson’s death.