Michael Jackson's family say concert promoters AEG Live ''ignored red flags'' when hiring Conrad Murray and sent the late King of Pop to his death.
As the first day of a $40 billion wrongful death lawsuit got under way in a Los Angeles courtroom yesterday (29.04.13), the family's lawyer Brian Panish claimed the company - who were behind the singer's ill-fated 'This Is It' comeback concerts before his death in June 2009 - failed to properly vet Michael's physician and ignored the 'Thriller' hitmaker's previous drug addiction in order to profit on his residence at The O2 in London.
Paris Jackson reached out to her mother because she was feeling ''unloved''.
The 15-year-old daughter of the late singer Michael Jackson has been spending time with her biological mother Debbie Rowe, who gave up all parental rights to Paris and her brother Prince Michael, 16, when they were younger, and her family are relieved it seems to have given the teenager a sense of stability.
Michael Jackson's ''astounding'' medical records will be used as evidence in his wrongful death trial.
The late King of Pop's mother Katherine Jackson is suing concert promoters AEG Live - who were responsible for the 50-date London residency he was preparing for at the time of his death from acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - for negligence in hiring Conrad Murray to supervise the 'Thriller' star's medical care.
Michael Jackson drank six bottles of wine a day in the weeks leading up to his death, a friend has claimed.
The troubled King of Pop - who died of acute Propofol intoxication - used to get his pal Mark Lester to smuggle the alcohol into hotels past his strict security team in a desperate attempt to beat his insomnia.