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  • Michael Jackson tour was in danger of cancellation, exec concedes

    Michael Jackson tour was in danger of cancellation, exec concedes
    Michael Jackson's anticipated comeback tour was in danger of being canceled after a promoter received troubling emails about the singer's health and mental stability, the chief executive for the company producing the "This Is It" concerts acknowledged...
  • Michael Jackson 'needs a shrink,' tour manager said in email

    Michael Jackson 'needs a shrink,' tour manager said in email
    Two people who were helping Michael Jackson prepare for his planned London concerts said the singer seemed to be deteriorating and in need of psychological help, according to emails shown to the jury Thursday at the singer's wrongful-death civil suit....
  • Michael Jackson was 'trembling, rambling,' director said

    Michael Jackson was 'trembling, rambling,' director said
    At the same time people involved in rehearsals for Michael Jackson’s London concerts were saying he needed therapy, his business manager was asking the concert promoter for a $1 million advance for the cash-strapped singer and the chief executive of...
  • Michael Jackson case: AEG exec admits Murray characterizations wrong

    Michael Jackson case: AEG exec admits Murray characterizations wrong
    Confronted with emails he wrote five days before Michael Jackson's death, the chief executive of AEG Live admitted Monday his characterizations of Conrad Murray, the doctor who gave the singer the fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol, were wrong. Randy...
  • Michael Jackson wanted Conrad Murray as tour doctor, AEG exec says

    Michael Jackson wanted Conrad Murray as tour doctor, AEG exec says
    The AEG executive in charge of Michael Jackson's London concerts testified Monday that he had never heard of Conrad Murray — the doctor who gave the singer a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol — until Jackson told him he wanted the...
  • Murray wanted $5 million to treat Jackson, AEG exec testifies

    Murray wanted $5 million to treat Jackson, AEG exec testifies
    An AEG executive testified Monday in the Michael Jackson wrongful death civil trial that he offered Dr. Conrad Murray $150,000 a month on the singer's instructions to serve as his personal physician on the "This Is It" concert series in London. Murray...
  • Jackson death case is "extortion," AEG exec agrees

    Jackson death case is "extortion," AEG exec agrees
    AEG Live’s chief executive testified Tuesday that he thought the wrongful death suit brought against the company by Michael Jackson’s mother and children was an extortion attempt.                While he never uttered the word, Randy...
  • Michael Jackson an 'emotionally paralyzed mess,' AEG email says

    Michael Jackson an 'emotionally paralyzed mess,' AEG email says
    Despite the apparent suicide attempt by Michael Jackson’s daughter, testimony resumed Wednesday in a wrongful death case brought by the pop singer’s children and mother against entertainment titan AEG. Paris Jackson, one of the plaintiffs in...
  • AEG exec: 'You needed a scorecard' to track Jackson's entourage

    AEG exec: 'You needed a scorecard' to track Jackson's entourage
    His name is Dr. Tohme Tohme, and although he has not taken the witness stand in the Michael Jackson wrongful death case, he was the center of attention Wednesday. Tohme was one of Jackson’s many managers, who seemed to come and go. “With...
  • AEG exec testifies he knew Michael Jackson was taking painkillers

    AEG exec testifies he knew Michael Jackson was taking painkillers
    A high-ranking AEG executive testified Tuesday that he had known for years that Michael Jackson was taking painkillers but wasn’t aware he was abusing them until the pop singer abruptly canceled his Dangerous world tour in the early 1990s to enter...
  • Michael Jackson case: 'We need to pull the plug now,' says AEG email

    Michael Jackson case: 'We need to pull the plug now,' says AEG email
    Three months before Michael Jackson died, a top executive of concert promoter AEG Live wrote an email to another company executive saying, "We need to pull the plug now. I will explain." The email was sent on March 25, 2009, and was from Randy...