Dr. Conrad Murray saw his dirty laundry come to light Tuesday as four girlfriends hit the stand during his involuntary manslaughter trial.

Though their past and current relationship to Michael Jackson's personal physician was kept semi-private, the women did help the prosecution paint a better picture of Murray.

Sade Anding, a cocktail waitress linked to Murray, was on the phone with the doctor the day Michael died, but their call got cut-off. "I heard mumbling sounds and coughing and voice. I kept saying, hello, hello, are you there? But I didn't get any reply," Sade explained.

This came as prosecutors said the duo's 11:51 a.m. call was stopped when Murray saw Jackson was in trouble. An ambulance wasn't called for MJ until 12:21 p.m. on June 25, 2009.

Nicole Alvarez, the mother to Murray's two-year-old son, was brought to the stands earlier in the day. She revealed that she was excited when she first met Michael in 2008 and that she had signed for shipments of Propofol for three months in 2009 without knowing what was in the delivered packages.