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‘I’m A Celebrity’ 2016: Jermaine Jackson Urges ITV To ‘Maintain A Sense Of Decency’ And Not Sign Up Conrad Murray

'I urge ITV to maintain sense of decency and not use Michael's death for sick entertainment value.'

29/07/2016 12:02

Jermaine Jackson isn’t pleased with claims Conrad Murray - the doctor convicted with the manslaughter of his brother Michael - could be signing up for ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’, and has put in an impassioned plea to ITV.

Reports that Conrad could be set for a stint in the jungle began circulating earlier this week, and Jermaine is now calling on the producers to ditch the rumoured plans.

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Jermaine Jackson

In a string of tweets, which were also highly critical of the attention of Conrad is receiving for his new book, he wrote:

Conrad’s agent confirmed talks about his inclusion in the new series of the ITV reality show, telling The Mirror: “It is true. We are talking to the show’s producers about having Conrad in the jungle for the next show.”

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Conrad Murray served two years of his four year sentence

‘I’m A Celeb’ is still months away from beginning, but there are already plenty of rumours about who could be signing up.

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