LOS ANGELES (AP) -- When Michael Jackson's embattled personal physician returned to work last month, cameras were rolling.
Miranda Sevcik, a spokeswoman for Dr. Conrad Murray, confirms that a British documentary crew chronicled his first day back at a Houston clinic for the poor. Murray returned to the clinic Nov. 23 and was greeted by several patients and his pastor.
Murray remains under investigation for his role in Jackson's June 25 death. No charges have been filed, but investigators are looking into whether Murray improperly administered the pop superstar the powerful anesthetic propofol.
Sevcik says Murray agreed to be filmed, but only if the footage didn't air until after all legal proceedings are complete.
Details of the project were first reported by celebrity Web site TMZ.