Michael Jackson put his life at risk each time he abused the anesthetic propofol for sleep, an addiction expert testified Tuesday.
Cherilyn Lee told jurors Jackson was desperate for sleep on the last day she treated him for fatigue and insomnia in April 2009.
Dr. Christine Quinn was called to the stand in the wrongful death trial stemming from a lawsuit filed by Jackson’s mother, Katherine.
Former Dr. Conrad Murray, who is behind bars for involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of Michael Jackson, claims the late pop star hired him for his “This Is It” tour, not AEG Live LLC.
Dr. Stephen Gordon revealed a conversation he had with the singer that made him extremely uncomfortable in a video deposition played for jurors hearing testimony Wednesday.
Michael Jackson’s ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, was on the stand Wednesday in the Jackson family’s wrongful death lawsuit.
Attorneys for Michael Jackson’s family accused concert promoter AEG of trying to smear the singer as debt-ridden and irresponsible through testimony from an expert financial witness.
For all of his fame and wealth, Michael Jackson was mired in debt and spending millions more than he was earning each year, a financial expert testified Monday.
Attorney Kathy Jorrie was cross-examined by Brian Panish, who brought jurors’ attention to a six-page contract LAPD officers found in Conrad Murray’s BMW.
Attorney Kathy Jorrie says Murray claimed he was giving up a $1 million a month medical practice to serve as Jackson’s doctor.
Michael Jackson’s former Head of Security was back on the stand Monday under questioning from Jackson family attorneys about the singer’s career.
Entertainment industry consultant Eric Briggs was grilled by Jackson family attorney Brian Panish over the conclusions he offered as AEG’s financial expert.
An entertainment industry consultant testifying for concert promoter AEG Tuesday said it was difficult to determine the pop star’s earning power had he lived to continue performing.
Michael Jackson’s declining album sales and likeability had limited his earning potential, an entertainment industry consultant testified Monday.
Witness David Fournier told jurors he had worked with Jackson for a decade until the relationship ended in 2003, when Fournier refused to participate in a medical procedure.