The Michael Jackson wrongful death trial won’t hear from choreographer Wade Robson — the man who filed a creditors claim against the dead singer’s estate “for childhood sexual abuse” — because concert promoter AEG doesn’t plans to call him as a witness, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.
“AEG has just learned about Wade Robson’s claims and there doesn’t seem to be any reason to call him to the stand,”… Continue reading Jackson Trial: AEG ‘Not Planning’ To Call Molestation Accuser Wade Robson To Testify In Wrongful Death Suit
On the first full day of testimony in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit, a paramedic that responded to the pop singer’s rented mansion in 2009 after a 911 call was placed testified that he didn’t believe the King of Pop’s then doctor, Conrad Murray was qualified to give his own patient CPR, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is reporting.
Katherine Jackson filed the lawsuit against concert promoter AEG, and alleges… Continue reading Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Lawsuit – Paramedic Testifies Conrad Murray Wasn’t Qualified To Give CPR
Katherine Jackson‘s suffered a huge legal setback this past week in her wrongful death lawsuit for her son Michael Jackson when a California court dismissed all of her claims against AEG and its President Tim Leiweke radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Additionally all but one of her claims against the remaining defendants were dismissed and the California Court of Appeals ordered Michael’s medical records unsealed.
DOCUMENT: AEG Files With Court… Continue reading Katherine Jackson’s Wrongful Death Lawsuit Suffers Major Legal Setback
By Jen Heger – Radar Legal Editor
Dr. Conrad Murray is asking a judge to throw out the wrongful death lawsuit that Michael Jackson’s father, Joe filed against the King of Pop’s one time physician, radio detection and rangingonline.com can exclusively report.
Lawyers for Dr. Murray filed the legal docs last Friday, arguing that Joe Jackson doesn’t have… Continue reading Dr. Conrad Murray Requesting Dismissal Of Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Nicollete Sheridan’s lawsuit against Marc Cherry and ABC is cooking up more drama than Edie Britt herself: A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that the lawsuit — which alleged she was wrongfully terminated from Desperate Housewives after getting into an argument with Cherry, the series’ creator — will go to trial. According to
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