Today was a parade of Conrad Murray’s women. None of which were his wife. 3 women he had met at some sort of “social club” in Las Vegas on different occasions. Two were on the stand and off the stand in 10 questions or less. Basically they were asked how they met Murray, if they talked to him on June 25 and if so what was said. The defense seemed to have no interest in these women. Most likely because they don’t want their true relationships to come out in front of the jury. The judge has barred the prosecution from bringing in the fact that Conrad Murray has 7 children by 6 different women while he was married to his wife. (He’s still married yet living with Nicole Alvarez.
Nicole Arelvaz is a piece of work. She was living in Santa Monica when she met Conrad Murray on a trip to Las Vegas. When prosecution asked where she said “out”. When they asked again she gave the same response until she was prodded a little more by the attorney. She was glib, unusually smiley and referred to her body as her work instrument and that her job was to take care of her instrument.
We gleaned the fact that she had never been to Murray’s personal residence. Perhaps because his wife was there. They dated, had a baby together and they still live together. She obviously knows about the other women he was talking to while they were together since they were on the stand today and that wasn’t even all of them. The only reason why the three we saw today were on the stand was because they talked to Murray on June 25 during the timeline Michael Jackson was dying or dead.
The Propofol was delivered to her address which the pharmacist thought was Murray’s clinic. She told us she would pick it up from the lobby common area where it had been delivered. She peeked at the contract between Murray/Jackson/AEG and knew he was getting paid $150,000 a month. She knew he was married.
When you watched her you really didn’t know if she was on a side or just there for publicity. She would smile at Dr. Murray, make eye contact and smile with the jury and she was even nice to the prosecution. She was one of the most random women I have ever seen. Perhaps she was thinking if he went to jail he wasn’t going to be making money to support her and her instrument. I suspect this isn’t the last time we see her during the trial.