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The eldest son of Michael Jackson becomes the first family member who sits at the court and testifies for the King of Pop wrongful death trial.
The daughter of the late King of Pop spoke under oath about the odd behavior of their nanny Grace Rwaramba.
The gunshot report turns out to be a false alarm as police found that nothing happened at the Calabasas house.
Chief executive officer of AEG Live, Randy Phillips, calls the Jacksons money hungry, while co-CEO Paul Gongaware pulls his 'I don't recall' card during a question and answer with the family's lawyer.
Paul Gongaware testifies that he didn't perform background check on Conrad Murray because the doctor was personally chosen by the late King of Pop.
Beyonce was reportedly unhappy after the company allegedly trimmed down her curvy figure for its summer collection campaign and wanted to use the edited pictures on the campaign.
The King of Pop reached out to her via his spiritual teacher, but the veteran journalist rejected his date offer because she was not available.
The Danish duo, both fans of the King of Pop, wrote a song named after his ranch to pay tribute to their idol.
Shawn Trell also uses the opportunity of returning to the witness stand to clarify his statement about Kenny Ortega contract and the tour budget that included doctor's fees as 'production costs.'
AEG says any money paid to Dr. Conrad Murray was meant as a loan to Michael, despite the fact that the doctor's fee was listed as 'production costs,' instead of 'advances,' in the concert budgeting.
Adrian McManus, the former housekeeper at the late King of Pop's house, says that she witnessed her former boss' sexually abusing children.
Taj Jackson explains that Michael would never sexually abuse a child because his uncle was his rock when he himself suffered molestation at the hands of another uncle.
Travis Payne claims the late King of Pop showed troubling signs of insomnia, weight loss and paranoia but appeared to be more out of it after visiting Dr. Arnold Klein.
Karen Faye, the King of Pop's make-up artist, testifies that costumer Michael Blush was in shock after witnessing Jackson's beating heart could be seen through the singer's thin and pale skin.
Alif Sankey, a dancer who worked with the late King of Pop for his 'This Is It' concerts, testifies that she noticed Jackson's unhealthy condition and urged people to improve his health.