THE doctor at the centre of the Michael Jackson manslaughter trial has been filming a blockbuster DOCUMENTARY on the case, according to reports.
Dr Conrad Murray has apparently sold the rights to his story to a production company who are filming him daily throughout the trial.
The unidentified production company is said to be set to sell the footage as a package deal that will include a sit-down interview with Murray.
A source said: "A news division that pays for the documentary will end up with a side deal of getting the sit-down with Conrad."
The production outfit was reportedly aiming to sell the documentary for $1million (£625,000). It was not clear how much would go to Murray.
The source added: "They have already filmed a long interview in case he's taken into custody."
A CNN representative said they had been offered the footage but had declined.
A spokesperson for Murray's lawyer, J. Michael Flanagan, declined to comment, citing a gag order on the case.