Jacksons vs AEG day 71: sports medicine specialist testifies
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A sports medicine specialist testified Friday in Michael Jackson's wrongful death trial. He told the court that while AEG Live agreed to advance money to Jackson's physician, Conrad Murray, the concert promoter was not to be blamed for his actions. Testifying in defense of AEG, internist and sports medicine specialist Dr. Gary Green said the blame for Jackson's death falls squarely on Murray's shoulders. Green listed reasons in rebuttal of a Jackson expert, Dr. Gordon Matheson.
Genevieve speaks on Piers Morgan
On Thursday evening Piers Morgan (CNN) asked Genevieve Jackson to share her insight on the complicated life that comes with being a Jackson. Watch the clip for more of Morgan's exclusive interview with Genevieve Jackson, and for the next edition of "Piers Morgan Live," watch CNN every night at 9.
Jermaine and Halima visit Sri Lanka
Jermaine and Halima arrived in Sri Lanka on August 12th during their trip to Asia this week. On August 14th, Jermaine met with president Mahinda Rajapaska on and he also met with fans at his hotel. Jermaine went on a helicopter trip to see the country. Jermaine was in Sri Lanka on the invitation of parlementarian Namal Rajapaksa. Jermaine mentioned that the main intention of his visit was to have a view of the present situation in Sri Lanka since the eradication of terrorism and also to look into investment opportunities in the island. View photos and videos of Jermaine at the airport, on the heli tour and with the president in our Facebook page dedicated to him.
Jacksons vs AEG day 70: Debbie Rowe on the stand
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Jackson's ex-wife acknowledged Thursday that she was concerned that some of his frequent medical visits were motivated more by a desire for drugs than by the treatments he received. Debbie Rowe testified during the trial of a lawsuit that she told Jackson about her concerns when he would go to his longtime dermatologist more than once a week in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Jermaine meets with president of Sri Lanka
Jermaine and Halima arrived in Sri Lanka on Augist 13 and they met President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the President's House on August 14in the evening. Jermaine was visiting Sri Lanka on the invitation of MP Namal Rajapaksa. Check out some pictures of Jermaine's visit and meeting in Sri Lanka in our Faceook page dedicated to him.
Jacksons vs AEG day 69: Debbie Rowe testifies
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Jackson's ex-wife broke into tears on Wednesday when she took the witness stand in a civil case and described the singer's fear of pain and reliance on physicians. Debbie Rowe said the pop star trusted doctors to prescribe pain medication to him, but they sometimes tried to outdo each other while losing sight of Jackson's care.
Jacksons vs AEG day 68
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Attorneys in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial continue to fight over money - specifically, how much money Jackson owed at the time of his death. Jackson partnered with AEG for his comeback tour as he faced growing debt, according to AEG defense witness William Ackerman. The CPA said there were so many bills that the star's ability to supply his mother and children with cars, big homes and gifts was doubtful.
Jacksons vs AEG day 67
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nearly four years ago, audiences got their last look at Michael Jackson in the top-grossing concert film of all time, "This Is It." Tens of millions worldwide saw a seemingly healthy and confident performer sing and glide across a rehearsal stage as he prepared for his ill-fated comeback tour.
Jermaine paints pearls to raise money for charity
Perth Now reports that Jermaine and Sam Barnett, son of WA premier Collin Barnett, are painting pearls for Barnett’s company Pearllargo, which will be auctioned for charity. Together, they’re trying to use their profiles to raise millions of dollars for charity. Perth Now published an exclusive interview with Jermaine and Sam about their friendship and business relationship.
Jacksons vs AEG day 66: Randy testifies
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A jury heard videotaped testimony Friday from Randy Jackson, who described more than half a dozen interventions his family attempted to try to get Michael to stop taking prescription medications. Randy tweeted that he had wanted to be in courgt to personally testify but AEG decided to play the video deposition. After prince, Paris, TJ, Taj and Katherine, Randy is the next family member to testify in the case, which concluded its 15th week on Friday.