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.
Michael Jackson's family claim AEG Live hired a lookalike to promote his final shows.
The 'Thriller' singer's family are convinced the concert promoter - who they are suing for $40 billion damages in a wrongful death lawsuit - hired a body double to appear in public and promote the ailing star's 'This Is It' residency at The O2 in London in the run up to his death in June 2009.