The disgraced doctor - who was recently released from prison - says he shared an intimate friendship with the late star
Conrad Murray is still fighting to clear his name after he was charged with involuntary manslaughter following the death of Michael Jackson four years ago.
The disgraced physician has repeatedly denied allegations he killed the Thriller singer - and he has now insisted the pair shared an intimate friendship.
Speaking to the Mail, he said: "You want to know how close we were? I held his penis every night to fit a catheter because he was incontinent at night."
The doctor - who described Michael as his 'brother' - says he was told by the pop icon: "There are only four people in my family now. Paris, Prince, Blanket and you, Dr Conrad."
He described it as a joyous moment, being told the "lonely" star was able to "trust someone" besides his offspring.
Conrad added: "[It was] one of the happiest days of my life. This man who had been so lonely, who had spent so many long nights telling me about his pain and anguish, finally felt he could trust someone in his life apart from his children.
"We were family. We loved each other as brothers."
He also took aim at Michael's ex-wife Debbie Rowe, with whom she had Paris and Prince, by claiming he and MJ joked that neither of them would sleep with her.
In an angry, violent verbal response, she has told TMZ that she would gladly "buy the bullet" if it helped get him shot .