"I can't take this s--t," Murray said, according to Chase.
When she saw Jackson later, he seemed to have "the weight of the world on his shoulders," she said. He was "concerned, frightened and scared; a lot of those emotions."
The day he died
Chase has publicly recounted several times the events at the house the day Michael Jackson died, including in interviews and testimony in Murray's criminal trial. She described it again Tuesday for jurors in the civil trial.
Murray "was panicked" as he screamed for Chase to call Prince and the security guard to go upstairs to help him.
"Hurry Dr. Murray needs you," she said she told Prince, who was playing in the den. "There may be something wrong with your father."
She returned to her lunch preparations, failing to alert the security guard in the shack near the kitchen door. Murray never asked her to call 911 for an ambulance.
Chase realized there was a grave problem when the housekeepers began crying "Mr. Jackson may be dead," she said. "You could feel the energy in the house was changing."
Prince screamed "Daddy" and Paris screamed a "blood curdling, out of her mind 'Daddy!'"
"I grabbed them and held their hands and said 'Let's pray. Father God, please let nothing be wrong with this man.'"
Paramedics were soon running up the the stairs. Head of security Alberto Alvarez asked Chase to leave the house. "He'll be fine," Alvarez told her.
Paris tried to reach her father as paramedics and Dr. Murray worked to resuscitate him up the stairs, she said.
"We were literally pulling her by her ankles down the stairs as she was trying to go back up, screaming 'Daddy, Daddy, Daddy!'"
Chase did not see the Jackson children until she was allowed to visit with them weeks later, she said. Katherine Jackson hired her as her family chef last July at the request of Prince, Paris and Blanket.