PROSECUTION lawyers claim Dr Conrad Murray was preoccupied with making phone calls to a number of women on the morning Michael Jackson died. Phone records show the doctor - who is to be tried on charges of involuntary manslaughter - sent a text to a dancer, spoke to a waitress, and received repeated calls from a third woman on the morning of June 25, 2009, the day his patient died from acute Propofol intoxication. Papers filed by prosecution lawyers state details of Dr Murrays relationships with the three women should be heard by the jury as they are relevant to show Dr Murrays level of inattentiveness and distraction while he was responsible for the care of Jackson. On the morning of the singers passing, Dr Murray had administered a number of painkillers to the 'Thriller hitmaker, including lorazepam and the sedative midazolam before giving him a dose of Propofol. He said to have texted Michelle Bella, a dancer in Las Vegas, at around 8:30 am, then spoke to waitress Sade Anding at 11:51. CM