The king of pop's older sister said the family staged interventions to try and help with his drug issues
Michael Jackson's oldest sister Rebbie has spoken out about life after the king of pop's death.
The 60-year-old singer, who has a much lower profile than the rest of her siblings said: "It's been like a living nightmare, to be very honest,"
She opened up on US TV show The View about her brother, who she helped raise.
"A day doesn't go by where I don't think about it - think about him. Sometimes in the middle of the day I just break down and start crying."
Rebbie said the family are pulling together. "Everybody is working toward wanting to see justice because of the way he died," she said.
She said her mother Katherine "seems to be holding on", adding: "My mum has a very strong constitution - she knows what she wants to do and she's doing it just fine."
When she was asked about Dr Conrad Murray, she replied: "I have faith in the judicial system and we are going to find out the truth with everything in these few weeks."
Rebbie admits the family knew Michael had issues with drug use. 'There were many times there were interventions," she says.
"But even though that's the case, still it has to be explained and exposed what happened at the end," she added.