Los Angeles - (Toxic Ass Mess): Several kilos of the powerful equine stimulant/NMDA receptor antagonist Ketamine have been removed from Michael Jackson's Bel Air mansion according to press reports.
Police said today that the popular party circuit recreational hallucinogen has been widely linked to brain damage, typically Olney's Lesions or love-rat syndrome.
LA pathologists have noted the substance causes a condition known as dissociative anesthesia by pickling the brain's common sense transmitters.
"Long term abuse symptoms can include illusions of celebrity, talent and immunity from prosecution," LA celeb physician Dr V Smart commented today.
Jackson died on June 25 in a tragic incident.