The nanny of Michael Jackson's kids used to supply the late singer with prescription drugs, according to reports.
Grace Rwaramba, 42, has been named in the death probe after police reports claimed that pills for the King of Pop were sent to a mailbox rented by her.
Jackson family friend and Chicago teacher Romonica Harris, 42, made the allegation of Grace fueling the star's drug addiction in a testimony to the Drug Enforcement Agency and California Attorney.
"Grace supplied him with drugs and refused to allow any family members or friends to help him,” News of the World quoted Romonica's statement as saying.
“She blocked off anyone who want- ed to help Michael to get healthy and productive. She is in love with him and refused to completely leave his employment. She expected Michael to marry her but he refused.
"She used his children to stay connected to him and had them calling her Mommy," it was added.
Romonica further said: "In my opinion Grace was the No 1 enabler in his life."
A spokeswoman for Grace has denied all claims.