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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.

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage is apparently close to putting pen to paper on a contract, and it looks as though another ‘TOWIE’ star could be jetting off to Australia as well.

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