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Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

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#561  Сообщение Trueamore » 31 май 2013, 15:02

http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainmen ... -1.1358353

Michael Jackson feared for his safety during ‘This Is It’ tour, emails reveal


Michael Jackson made a haunting remark about his mortality after watching some stage pyrotechnics for his doomed "This Is It" tour less than a week before his death, a jury heard Wednesday.

"You aren't going to kill the artist, are you?" the King of Pop purportedly asked producers after viewing and "endorsing" a test of the combustible special effects, a production manager recalled in a June 19, 2009, email revealed in court.

Concert production manager John "Bugsy" Hougdahl relayed the quote to his boss Randy Phillips, the CEO of concert giant AEG Live, as part of an explanation of the "Thriller" singer's sick and disoriented demeanor at the June 19 rehearsal in Los Angeles.

Hougdahl said he assumed the comment was a passing reference to the pyrotechnics, but he also said show director Kenny Ortega later observed Jackson acting like "a basket case."

"Kenny said (Jackson) was shaking and couldn't hold his knife and fork. Kenny had to cut his food for him before he could eat, and then had to use his fingers," Hougdahl wrote in the email. "I don't know how much embellishment there is to this, but (Kenny) said repeatedly that MJ was in no shape to go on stage."

The email was one of several in a dramatic chain that lawyers for Katherine Jackson used to grill AEG Live's co-CEO Paul Gongaware in the matriarch's ongoing negligence lawsuit against the No. 2 concert promoter.

Katherine, 83, is suing for damages estimated at more than $1 billion, claiming AEG negligently hired and failed to property supervise the doctor convicted of overdosing her son.

AEG has denied any wrongdoing, saying Michael personally hired his death doctor and kept his use of the intravenous anesthetic that killed him a closely guarded secret.

Katherine's lawyer Brian Panish said outside court that he thought the Hougdahl email showed Michael was shaken by the pyrotechnic display after having suffered serious burns from an explosion on the set of a 1984 Pepsi commercial.

A lawyer for AEG said that wasn't the case.

"It may seem chilling in retrospect, but (Hougdahl) believed (Michael) was making a joke at the time. Michael Jackson wasn't afraid of the pyrotechnics. He wanted them," AEG lawyer Marvin Putnam told the News.

Panish needled Gongaware repeatedly Wednesday, asking what steps AEG took to address Ortega's concerns and why some messages about Michael's meltdown were sent by Phillips to his personal email address, not his business account.

Gongaware said he didn't know why Phillips used different email addresses for him but that he believed everyone wanted what was best for Michael.

His lawyer said in opening statements that no one at AEG knew the pop icon was getting dangerous drug infusions from his doctor leading up to his June 25, 2009, death.

"The artist's health is the most important thing, I agree with that," Gongaware testified Wednesday. "The artist is the most important thing."


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#562  Сообщение Trueamore » 31 май 2013, 15:51

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 15h
Panish asked if AEG was concerned about Mr. Jackson's health.
"When he was sick we obviously had a concern," Gongaware responded.

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Gongaware said he understood MJ was sick from reading the chain of emails shown yesterday.

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But Gongaware told the jury he didn't have any particular concern about Michael Jackson.

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Other than on June 19th, no one told Gongaware about being concerned with MJ's health.

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Panish: Was Mr. Hougdahl joking about it?
Gongaware: A little bit

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Talking about the email Hougdahl sent saying MJ was deteriorating quickly, Gongaware explained: "I didn't see it the way he saw."

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Hougdahl wrote in another email to Gongaware that MJ needed some cheeseburgers, a couple of brats and beers.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 12h
Panish asked about indemnity in Gongaware's contract. The exec said indemnity means that someone else is taking on the responsibility.

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Panish: That means if you did something wrong...
Gongaware: They would be responsible

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Panish went back to discuss the email from Randy Phillips where he wrote Dr. Murray didn't need the gig and was unbiased and ethical.

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Panish: Is Mr. Phillips unbiased and ethical, sir?
Gongaware: I think he is

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Panish asked if it was ethical for Phillips to represent to Ortega that the doctor is 'extremely successful' and 'we checked everyone out'

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Gongaware responded that he didn't know what Phillips knew at the time.

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Panish: Is number one priority 'the show must go on'?
Gongaware: I don't know if that's number one
P: What's number one?
G: Getting it right

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Panish showed the email John Branca, Michael's attorney, saying he had the right therapist for MJ and asked if substance abuse was involved.

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"This is referring to the meeting that was going to happen and I was waiting to see the results of it," Gongaware said.

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"I didn't believe there was a substance abuse issue," Gongaware testified.

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"In the entire time I was dealing with him in this tour, I saw it once when he came back from his doctor," Gongaware testified.

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Gongaware said that was the only time he saw Michael with slurred speech and under the influence of something.

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Gongaware said he didn't know what Dr. Klein was giving Michael Jackson.

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When Panish asked Gongaware if he checked Dr. Klein out, he replied: "No, he was Michael's doctor and it was none of my business."

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Gongaware talked about the meetings he attended at MJ's house. He couldn't remember how many, but said one w/ Dr. Murray was in June.

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On June 24th, Gongaware saw MJ rehearse the song 'Thriller'. He said he thought Michael was engaged and alert.

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As to insurance issues, Gongaware said he was involved only peripherally.

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On June 25, Gongaware sent an email saying that if they didn't get sickness coverage in the insurance, they would be dropping the policy.

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Gongaware said he didn't know why he was pressing for sickness insurance on the day MJ died.

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Bob Taylor, the insurance broker, wrote back that it was always down to the medical issued from the word go.

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Regarding Randy Phillips asking for life insurance the day MJ died, Gongaware said he didn't pay much attention to insurance, didn't recall

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The day MJ died, Gongaware said Phillips called him and told him to get over to the house right away, there seems to be a problem.

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Randy followed the ambulance to UCLA. "The second call was that he informed me that he had died," Gongaware remembered.

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On June 25, Gongaware said he went to the rehearsal at the Staples Center and talked to Kenny Ortega.

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Panish: Were you sad Mr. Jackson died?
Gongaware: Very much so

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He was a business associate, Gongaware said about MJ. They did not didn't hang out as friends,

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Panish asked about Phillips' email directing Gongaware to remove thin, skeletal footage of MJ in red jacket from This Is It documentary.

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Gongaware testified today he remembered receiving the email. In his deposition played in court, Gongaware said he didn't recall the email.

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Panish: Did you change your testimony?
Gongaware: No. I saw the email as part of my prep

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Gongaware said he didn't try to control any of the messages about MJ after his death to reflect he was fully engaged in rehearsals.

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Panish asked about an email from Gongaware okay'ing the band, singers and dancer to give interviews but asked them to keep it positive.

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Email: The only thing we ask is that they keep it positive and stress that MJ was active, engaged & not emaciated person some want to paint

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Panish: You were controlling the message as producer of that documentary, sir?
Gongaware: I don't think so

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Gongaware said there were 15,000 tickets per show, $1.5 million in tickets per show, $47 million for all 31 shows.

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Tickets were selling at lightening fast, Gongaware said. "As fast as the system can sell."

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The tickets were sold in March, Gongaware said. It was held by the arena, AEG had control of the money.

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Gongaware said merchandising was another way of making money. The building, which is owned by AEG, would keep the revenue of beverage sold.

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Gongaware said the beverage money would offset the arena rent, which Michael would not have to pay.

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Gongaware: His (MJ) potential was great
Panish: Unlimited ceilings?
Gongaware: If he was willing to work that hard, he would've done well

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"The only thing we knew was 50 shows in London. Michael had not agreed to anything else," Gongaware explained.

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Panish asked Gongaware by the time the show was sold out, how many people were in the queue to buy tickets.

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"250,000 people were still in the queue, which would be enough to sell another 50 shows," Gongaware answered.

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Panish: Did you tell the truth when you testified in this case, sir?
Gongaware: Yes

Panish then concluded his questioning of Gongaware.

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AEG's attorney, Marvin Putnam, did the questioning of Gongaware on behalf of the defendants.

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Putnam: Have you ever been sued personally for the wrongful death of anyone?
Gongaware: No

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Putnam: How are you feeling?
Gongaware: It's difficult, it's very stressful
P: Are you nervous?
G: Yes

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Putnam asked about Gongaware's memory and he said it's okay.

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Putnam said Gongaware handed over more than 13,000 emails in discovery from the "This Is It" period.

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Putnam inquired about Gongaware's Kazoodi personal email account. On 6/20/09, the chain of emails with "Trouble at the Front" was sent there

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Gongaware said he didn't remember receiving this email.

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Gongaware said he had more than one "Kazoodi" email account. He said he was not using the account the email was sent to on 6/20.

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"The account was closed at the time," Gongaware testified, saying he never received the email. But he said he never denied it was sent.

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Gongaware claimed yesterday was the first time he saw the chain of email subject Trouble at the Front.

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Gongaware said he was receiving hundreds of email a day at the height of 2008/09 tour preparation.

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Gongaware testified he didn't read all of them because of time factor or it was something it didn't have to do with him.

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Gongaware testified he didn't read all of them because of time factor or it was something it didn't have to do with him.

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Gongaware explained be has been testifying about what he could recall. If he didn't remember, he said he told the jury he couldn't recall.

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Gongaware testified he looked at the emails after his deposition because he wanted to put everything together and see the bigger picture.

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Regarding the phone call between Gongaware and Dr. Murray where the doctor asked about $5 million, Gongaware said he remembers that call.

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The next call between the two, it was the $150,000 call, where Gongaware offered the doctor $150k.

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Gongaware said those were the only two calls he had with Dr. Murray.

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Gongaware said the 1st time he met Dr. Murray was a meeting at MJ's Carolwood house. He said MJ, Kenny, Randy, Frank, Dr Murray were present

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Gongaware recalled the other meeting with Dr. Murray was an encounter with him at The Forum. He remembers saying hello to him.

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Gongaware said he's sure he didn't meet with Dr. Murray other than on those two occasions.

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Break down: Gongaware said he spoke with Dr. Murray on the phone two times and met with him two times.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 11h
Jerry Weintraub was Elvis' promoter and Concerts West assigned him to work with Colonel Parker, Elvis' manager.

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On Jun 25, 2009 Gabriel Sutter (a tech guy) wrote Gongaware a condolences email.

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"It was such an incredible shock to go through that experience," Gongaware explained.

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Gongaware's response on July 5, 2009:
I was working on the Elvis tour when he died so I kind of knew what to expect. Still, quite a shock.

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"You have all these people out of work," Gongaware explained. "At the Elvis some were without jobs permanently."

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Putnam: When you wrote the email, did you expected MJ to die?
Gongaware: No, not all
P: Did you ever consider the idea MJ would die?
G: No

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 11h
He didn't die of being sick or malnutrition, Gongaware said. "It was overdose of Propofol."

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Gongaware said he had no idea of what Propofol was.

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Gongaware said Elvis died of a heart ailment.

((On Tuesday, Gongaware testified Presley died of drug overdose))

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Gongaware said he never met Elvis.

At a point, Gongaware said Elvis was not performing. "The Colonel was keeping Elvis from work."

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Gongaware said he came to find out later, after Elvis' death, that the artist had drug problems.

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Gongaware said he worked on MJ's memorial service. He was in charge of the tickets and worked closely with the family.

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He said he didn't charge for his work.

Putnam: Why did you work at the memorial service?
Gongaware: It was the right thing to do

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 11h
Around 1992, Gongaware went to work on the "Dangerous" tour with MJ. This was his first time working with Michael Jackson.

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He worked with the Jacksons in 2000. But he remembered working on a tour with the Jacksons prior to 92 and said MJ was part of the group.

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"I was the tour manager, handled the logistics and travel for the B party," Gongaware said, adding he worked for MJ but not for A party.

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A party - artist
B party - band and administration
C party - crew
D party - documentary people

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Gongaware said there were several legs on Dangerous tour. It was a worldwide tour. He never met MJ on that tour, saw him on stage few times

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 11h
The first time Gongaware met MJ was in Las Vegas when he was visiting Colonel Parker.

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Steve Wynn's brother called and said MJ wanted to meet Colonel. Gongaware stayed and met MJ.

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Putnam: Were there any doctors in that tour?
Gongaware: Yes, two

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Gongaware said Dr. Forecast was MJ's personal doctor. He didn't think Dr. Forecast treated anyone else, so they had Dr. Finkelstein also

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Dr. Finkelstein, a general practitioner, was in the B party. They went to places where they didn't know the quality of local healthcare.

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Gongaware explained Dr. Finkelstein treated B, C and D parties. Gongaware said he did not see any doctor treat MJ.

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Dr. Finkelstein told Gongaware he treated MJ two times. Dr. Forecast wasn't in Bangkok yet, so Dr. Finkelstein treated him when he needed.

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The King of Thailand said MJ would have to do the second show because his friends were attending, Gongaware recalled.

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Gongaware said the King put armed guards outside their doors to make sure they didn't leave.

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Putnam: During the Dangerous tour, have you come to have an understating that MJ had a problem with drugs or painkillers?
Gongaware: No

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The Dangerous tour in 93 was cut short in Mexico City, Gongaware said. He learned it had to do with drug addiction because MJ announced it.

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"My friends and doctors advised me to seek professional guidance immediately in order to eliminate what has become an addiсtion," MJ said.


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#563  Сообщение Trueamore » 01 июн 2013, 01:05

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 3h
Putnam asked Gongaware if he had any understanding as to why MJ was taking painkiller.

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Gongaware: Before 3rd leg of Dangerous tour started, he had scalp surgery, hit nerve or something it was very painful; was treated for that

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"When he did the Pepsi commercial, his hair was burn at the top," Gongaware explained, saying they did surgery so hair would look natural.

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"I didn't know it was an addiction," Gongaware said, and that he learned MJ had drug problems after Mexico City.

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Gongaware did a Rod Stewart tour in North America after Dangerous tour. He next worked with Michael in the "HIStory" tour in 1996/97.

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Gongaware said he did not have a general concern with MJ having a drug addiction.

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After shows ended in Hawaii, Michael had lost $27 million, was in debt $11 million to lighting and sound, Gongaware testified.

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He switched managers to fixed things up in yhe second half of the tour, Gongaware explained.

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Gongaware said he had to cut lot of expenses. They wanted to give Michael the same show, but he said there was so much excess to be trimmed

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Second half of the tour, Gongaware was the tour executive and he worked directly for MJ. It netted$14 million, $11 million paid vendors.

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We got the tour to break even, Gongaware testified, saying he worked closely with Jackson on the second half of the tour.

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Putnam: Was there an ongoing concern Mr. Jackson was having problems with painkillers during the HIStory tour?
Gongaware: No, not at all

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Gongaware said he didn't see anything that would suggest Michael was addicted to painkillers.

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The exec testified MJ didn't have doctor traveling with him on the second half of the tour and there was no tour doctor with the tour.

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Putnam: How was MJ on the HIStory tour?
Gongaware: Great! He was sensational!

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Gongaware said MJ only missed one show on HIStory tour when Princess Diana died. "He went to bed, knew about the accident."

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MJ was told Diana was going to be okay and next morning he learned she died, Gongaware described. "That affected him greatly."

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Gongaware said he missed shows in Dangerous tour but not in HIStory tour.

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Putnam asked if there were signs MJ was using painkillers during HIStory tour. "No indication at all. I didn't think he was," Gongaware said

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Gongaware said he would certainly notice if there was any problem during that tour.

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Gongaware said HIStory tour was pretty smooth. It ended in 1997. Right after, Gongaware said Michael called him as asked him to work for him

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"He liked my work, he liked what I did," Gongaware said, adding that MJ wanted him to be his business manager.

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Gongaware said he didn't accept the offer and decided to go out on his own to promote concerts.

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He was tempted, Gongaware said, but he had lined up what he wanted to do. He worked with Yani next.

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Gongaware and his partner, John Meglen, created Concerts West in the late 90s.

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Concerts West started out with concerts of Andrea Bocceli, Mariah Carrey, Eagles and Millennium at Staples Center.

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AEG acquired the assets of Concerts West around 2000, Gongaware said, and Concerts West became AEG Live. Randy Phillips is AEG's

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Gongaware said AEG Live is the second largest concert promoter company. Live Nation is the first.

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"Our philosophy is different," Gongaware said, adding they choose what they want to do, whereas Live Nation has to meet their quota.

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Putnam: Wounded you like to be number 1?
Gongaware: No. It's so much bigger, it gets so much more complex. I'm happy being a good number 2

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Next time Gongaware worked with MJ was in "This Is It" tour. Peter Lopez, MJ's attorney, called Gongaware's partner in 2007, asked to meet

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From 97 to 2009, MJ did not do any touring, only a couple of shows.

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Gongaware said he went to Vegas to meet with Michael in 2007. The meeting was to discuss how AEG did tours, didn't talk about MJ touring.

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They met again in 2008 also in Vegas. "Paul Gongaware! I knew that if you came, things were going to be ok," Michael said about him.

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Mikey was not meant as insult, Gongaware said. He was not trying to mock him, would use Mikey in person with MJ.

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Putnam: Did he seem thin in 07?
Gongaware: Yes, he was always thin

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Putnam: Did he seem to have a problem with painkillers?
Gongaware: No
P: Did he seem to be under the influence?
G: No

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Gongaware said MJ was alert, engaged, interested on what was going on in the meeting in 2007. He wanted to do a King Tut mini-movie.

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Gongaware said when he went on tour with MJ in HIStory, he wasn't on any drug.

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The next meeting with MJ was in NY. Gongaware didn't remember what they discussed.

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Sometime in 08, they began discussion of MJ going back on tour. Dr. Tohme, MJ's manager, approached AEG.

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Randy Phillips was primarily the one involved in the discussions with Dr. Tohme and Peter Lopez regarding the comeback tour.

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The meeting in 2008 began with discussion of a possible MJ exhibit at the Hilton in Las Vegas.

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Colony Capital is an investment company that bought the note of Neverland, Gongaware said. By 'note' he meant the 'mortgage'.

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Neverland was MJ's residence in Santa Barbara, Gongaware explained. "They (Colony) were trying to figure out what to do with Neverland."

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Gongaware talked about being at MJ's house at Carolwood when the singer signed the contract with AEG for the "This Is It" tour.

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Michael read everything in the contract, Gongaware said. He remembered MJ being engaged, alert and paying attention. "He was good."

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"I felt great about it," Gongaware said. "It was a MJ tour, it was a great thing."

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Gongaware said he watched Michael pretty carefully in the meetings, he knew MJ went to rehab, but he didn't see any signs of drug problems

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Gongaware said he was aware of the physical exam done on Jackson after the signing of the tour.

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Email on 2/11/09 from Bob Taylor to Gongaware:
Thanks Paul. I now have the medical and blood reports. Look good.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Email cont'd: I now need more info of what is available. This will help with the presentation to the insurers.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Email showed a line where Taylor said: 1- (I am trying to show that we are not working him too hard)

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Another request from insurance broker: I would like to offer insurers a medical update say every 21 days.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Response from Gongaware:
I'm not ready to put anything in writing.

Gongaware said it was because he didn't have the answers.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Gongaware said he did not have concerns with MJ abusing prescription drugs.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"It just confirmed what I believed, that he was fine. He wasn't doing any drugs," Gongaware said about the results of Mj's physical exam.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
AEG produced/promoted TII tour.

"We needed to front all the money," Gongaware said. "He didn't have the money, so he needed us to do it."

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Tohme, MJ's manager, told AEG about needing the money. Gongaware said Tohme emphasized several times that Michael needed to make money.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 59m
Gongaware said MJ and Ortega figured out the creative elements they wanted and Gongaware had to figure out how to make those them happen

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 59m
Gongaware said the initial phase of rehearsal was done at Center Staging in Burbank, but venue didn't have room for production elements.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 59m
They moved rehearsals to The Forum, which didn't have high ceiling to hang the lights. Then they moved to Staples Center.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 58m
After the morning break, Gongaware said MJ chose "This Is It" tour as the name because it was going to be his last.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 56m
Gongaware said they weren't sure how MJ tour would do. "Because of the kid thing, we wanted 2 go 2 the strongest market and that as London"

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 56m
Gongaware: You never know what kind of business a tour will do. We had no idea the demand, we wanted to make sure it was successful.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 56m
Initially, they had 31 shows scheduled. Gongaware said Prince had done 21 shows at the O2 arena, and Michael wanted to do 10 more.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 56m
"You didn't know what the ticket sales would be," Gongaware said. So they announced only 10 shows to test the waters.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 55m
"Demand was there obviously in the presale," Gongaware said. He talked to Tohme, asked for more than 50 shows. Tohme said MJ would do 50

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 55m
On March 5, 2009, MJ held a press conference in front of O2 arena and announced the comeback tour. Gongaware was present.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 54m
MJ was not on time, late a couple of hours. Gongaware said it didn't surprise him since MJ didn't like to do those things (press conference)

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 54m
Gongaware was a little annoyed but not surprised, he testified,

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 54m
"MJ came up to me, gave me big hug, whispered in my ear 'make sure the TelePrompTer has big words, I don't have my glasses'" Gongaware said

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 53m
Putnam: Did he seem inebriated?
Gongaware: No
P: Drunk?
G: No
P: Smelled like alcohol?
G: No

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 53m
Gongaware thought the presser was great. "The reaction of the press was really good, I think people liked he was returning."

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 52m
Gongaware said they asked people to register on a website and only people registered could get into the presale to purchase tickets.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 52m
He said that based on the response, they knew the tour was going to be a major successful.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 52m
One day after that, Gongaware said MJ called him to discuss the tour. He said Michael chose Kenny Ortega to direct the show.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 52m
MJ liked special effects, Gongaware said. He put together presentation for Michael with latest effects and made MJ promise he would show up.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 51m
Demonstration was on 3/16/09 at Sony Studios. It had 3D on LED that was never done before, pyro and new type of flame.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 51m
Putnam showed clip of TII documentary where they have the pyro effects that were going to be used.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 51m
"Jackson loved it," Gongaware said, adding MJ didn't seem to be bothered with pyro usage.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 51m
Gongaware said there was a pretty cool water fountain effect shown and not used. "It was messy," he described.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 50m
In the demonstratiin, MJ was great, Gongaware said. "He was really engaged, as he saw all the effects he got really excited."

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 50m
Gongaware said he had no concern MJ had drug problems, didn't seem slow or lethargic in March of 2009.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 50m
A meeting was scheduled for March 17, 09. Gongaware emailed MJ's assistant that only MJ and Kenny Ortega should be in that meeting.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 49m
MJ and Ortega were the creative forces and needed to find the show's path before including everyone else, Gongaware explained.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 49m
Regarding Kenny Ortega watching out for MJ's health, Gongaware said no one at AEG asked him to do that.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 50m
Gongaware thought Ortega watched MJ out because they were friends and worked together.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 49m
Judge then adjourned trial until Monday. We ended up having only the morning session. Gongaware expected on the stand Monday and Tuesday.


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#564  Сообщение Trueamore » 01 июн 2013, 01:09

Если вкратце,то у Майкла не было никаких признаков употребления наркотиков ни во время тура Хистори,ни в марте 2009,ни на пресс-конференции.Мед. осмотр он прошел на ура- анлизы крови были хорошими.

На вопрос был ли Майкл пьян на пресс-конфе и чувствовался ли запах алкоголя,ответил нет.

Единственное он опоздал на 2 часа,но его это не удивило,так как МЖ не любил давать пресс-конфы + попросил телесуфлер с текстом ,написанным крупными буквами,так как забыл очки.

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#565  Сообщение Trueamore » 01 июн 2013, 01:13

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... 6803.story

Doctor told AEG that Michael Jackson was a drug addict, lawyer says

The attorney for Michael Jackson’s family in its wrongful-death lawsuit said Thursday a doctor testified in a deposition that he injected Jackson with morphine while the singer was touring Asia and that he told a current AEG executive Jackson was a drug addict.

According to Brian Panish, the attorney for Jackson’s mother and three children, Dr. Stuart Finklestein said that while the Dangerous tour was in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1993 he couldn’t give Jackson an injection of morphine in his buttocks because there was too much scar tissue from previous shots. Instead, according to Panish, Finklestein said he gave the singer an IV drip of the drug for 24 hours.

Paul Gongaware, now co-chief executive of AEG Live/Concerts West was manager of the worldwide tour.

Finklestein "told Gongaware that it was his opinion [Jackson] had an opiate addiction,” Panish said.

Gongaware testified Thursday that he did know then that Jackson had problems with drugs or painkillers until the singer made a public announcement. Jackson cut the tour short in Mexico City when Elizabeth Taylor flew down to accompany him to a rehab facility in London.

“Everyone knew Michael had a problem,” Jackson’s longtime makeup artist and hairstylist, who was on the tour, testified earlier in the trial.

Gongaware testified that Jackson was scheduled to give two shows in Bangkok but that the second was canceled. He said Jackson performed the first concert in 100-degree heat with 100% humidity.

Gongaware said that another doctor was on the Dangerous tour to treat Jackson, and that Finklestein treated the band and crew. He said Finklestein told him he treated Jackson twice.

Gongaware has testified that Finklestein is his regular doctor.

A deposition is given under oath, just like testimony in a courtroom.

Panish, who spoke outside the courtroom, also said that Gongaware warned Finklestein, “Don’t be a Dr. Nick,” a reference to a doctor who supplied Elvis Presley with prescription drugs that led to his death.

“He’s telling him, 'Don’t kill him,’” Panish said.

Finklestein is expected to testify is the case.

In an email to The Times, AEG attorney Marvin S. Putnam blasted the Jacksons' attorneys, saying that "throughout this trial, they have shown that their search is for something else entirely, and certainly not the truth."

He went on to say that shortly before the third leg of the tour, Jackson underwent painful scalp surgery after suffering severe burns while filming a Pepsi commercial.

"Mr. Gongaware was aware that because of that surgery, Michael Jackson received pain medication at times during the tour. Mr. Gongaware never learned Mr. Jackson developed any problems with that medication until after the tour ended, when Mr. Gongaware -- like the rest of the world -- heard Mr. Jackson's public announcement that he was entering rehab."

The Jacksons are suing AEG, Gongaware and AEG Live Chief Executive and President Randy Phillips, saying they negligently hired and supervised Conrad Murray, the physician who gave the singer a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol.

The defendants say that Jackson hired Murray and that any payments the company was supposed to give him were advances to Jackson.

Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter.


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#566  Сообщение Admin » 01 июн 2013, 15:53

Plane Flies Near AEG Live Office With Message: ‘Follow The $ To Michael Jackson’s Death’
Около офиса AEG летает самолет с надписью: " Гонитесь за долларами, которые привели к смерти Майкла Джексона "

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The plane with a banner flying near the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles on Thursday.
The Singer’s Family Is Currently Embroiled In A Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against The Concert Promoter.
A small plane was circling around Miracle Mile area office buildings in Los Angeles on Thursday with a banner that read “FOLLOW THE $ TO MICHAEL JACKSON’S DEATH.”

The timing of the flight arrives as Jackson’s family is embroiled in a wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter AEG Live.

The plane was visible from The Hollywood Reporter‘s offices on 5700 Wilshire Blvd. AEG Live’s offices are located at 5750 Wilshire Blvd.

This doesn’t appear to be the plane’s first flight with the message. An airplane had previously been spotted flying above the coast of Santa Monica on Tuesday with the same banner trailing behind.

Earlier this month, an L.A. Times writer noted on Twitter that an airplane with the same message had flown “near” the Times building.

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#567  Сообщение Trueamore » 02 июн 2013, 00:08

http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?secti ... le-9123431

Michael Jackson wrongful death trial: Gongaware testifies Jackson was excited, healthy

It's been a grueling week for AEG executive Paul Gongaware. He spent four days on the witness stand in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial, with attorneys for the plaintiff trying to find out how much he knew about Jackson's health and drug use.

"This Is It" is the name Jackson chose for his tour and it was Jackson who solicited AEG to stage it, according to one of the Gongaware.

The defendant testified about meetings leading to the sold-out concert. Jackson said he wanted to make money, and stressed that many times.

The jury is hearing Gongaware's side of the story for the first time as AEG defense attorneys get their turn to ask questions.

About the "Dangerous" Tour, which Jackson cancelled in 1993, Gongaware said he didn't travel with the star and knew nothing about any drug problem until an announcement from Jackson himself.

"My friends and doctors advised me to seek professional guidance immediately in order to eliminate what has become an addiction," Jackson said in 1993.

Four years later, during the "HIStory" Tour, Gongaware testified, Jackson was good and exhibited no sign of prescription drug abuse. The same in 2007 and 2008, he said. Jackson was fascinated with King Tut and wanted to make a miniseries.

Another meeting was about Neverland, Jackson's California ranch. Jackson's manager was in talks about an exhibit that would save it from foreclosure.

Gongaware testified that in 2009, Jackson had a proposal for a final concert tour. The deal, signed at his Holmby Hills rental property, was for 31 shows to be staged at the London O2 arena.

That was an ambitious schedule, testified Gongaware. But the artist Prince had done 21. Gongaware said Jackson wanted to do 10 more.

Gongaware testified that in the months before Jackson's death, Jackson appeared excited, engaged and healthy.

AEG is accused of hiring Doctor Conrad Murray, whose treatments with a surgical sedative led to Jackson's death. The Jackson family attorneys say Jackson sought the treatment because of excessive pressure from AEG.

"They put the fuel into the rocket, and then it took off, and he went downhill, and they knew that and took no action," said Jackson family attorney Brian Panish.

Gongaware continues on the stand next week. The Jackson attorney tells Eyewitness News they may need four more weeks to continue their case before the defense takes over.


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#568  Сообщение Admin » 02 июн 2013, 16:43

It was uncovered that Wade Robson took a large payout from AEG and allegedly Branca to go public with those ugly lies about our Michael. Apparently he was paid BIG BUCKS for his lie and not only that, he was allegedly threatened by them as well.

Why come out with these lies now? Because the Estate crooks and AEG threatened Katherine and told her, they WOULD MAKE HER SUFFER due to filing this civil lawsuit. They told her MORE suffering is to come................

And something elese, rumors are flying in the industry that Wade Robson has professional ties with AEG. In other words, many different celebrities have contacted the Jackson family, telling them and their attorney's that Wade has been in the background as an AEG employee for years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2 lawyers connected to the family are at odds about these details. One believes 100% and claim to have proof while the other believe about 75% of it.


Обнаружили, что Уэйду Робсону заплатили большую сумму денег. Платили AEG и предположительно Бранка icon_shocked , чтобы он придал огласке эту возмутительную ложь о Майкле. Предположительно, ему заплатили ОГРОМНЫЕ деньги за его вранье и не только это. Утверждают, что те же самые товарищи ( AEG и Бранка ) угрожали ему.
Зачем сейчас появляться и рассказывать все эти гнусные небылицы? Потому что мошенники из Эстейта и AEG угрожали Кэтрин и сказали ей, что заставят ее страдать и она пожалеет, что подала этот иск. Также они сказали, что впереди страданий будет еще больше.......
В шоубизе ходят слухи, что Уэйд Робсон имеет тесные связи с AEG по работе. Другими словами, многие знаменитости контактировали с Джексонами и сообщили им и их адвокатам, что Уэйд работает на AEG в течение многих лет!!!!!!!!!
Двое юристов семьи относятся к этим сообщениям весьма противоречиво. Один верит на 100% и утверждает, что у него есть доказательства, в то время как второй уверен в подлинности утверждений лишь на 75%.
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#569  Сообщение Lina » 02 июн 2013, 16:58

admin писал(а):It was uncovered that Wade Robson took a large payout from AEG and allegedly Branca to go public with those ugly lies about our Michael. Apparently he was paid BIG BUCKS for his lie and not only that, he was allegedly threatened by them as well.

Why come out with these lies now? Because the Estate crooks and AEG threatened Katherine and told her, they WOULD MAKE HER SUFFER due to filing this civil lawsuit. They told her MORE suffering is to come................

And something elese, rumors are flying in the industry that Wade Robson has professional ties with AEG. In other words, many different celebrities have contacted the Jackson family, telling them and their attorney's that Wade has been in the background as an AEG employee for years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2 lawyers connected to the family are at odds about these details. One believes 100% and claim to have proof while the other believe about 75% of it.


Обнаружили, что Уэйду Робсону заплатили большую сумму денег. Платили AEG и предположительно Бранка icon_shocked , чтобы он придал огласке эту возмутительную ложь о Майкле. Предположительно, ему заплатили ОГРОМНЫЕ деньги за его вранье и не только это. Утверждают, что те же самые товарищи ( AEG и Бранка ) угрожали ему.
Зачем сейчас появляться и рассказывать все эти гнусные небылицы? Потому что мошенники из Эстейта и AEG угрожали Кэтрин и сказали ей, что заставят ее страдать и она пожалеет, что подала этот иск. Также они сказали, что впереди страданий будет еще больше.......
В шоубизе ходят слухи, что Уэйд Робсон имеет тесные связи с AEG по работе. Другими словами, многие знаменитости контактировали с Джексонами и сообщили им и их адвокатам, что Уэйд работает на AEG в течение многих лет!!!!!!!!!
Двое юристов семьи относятся к этим сообщениям весьма противоречиво. Один верит на 100% и утверждает, что у него есть доказательства, в то время как второй уверен в подлинности утверждений лишь на 75%.

А что, если правда то, что они обещают Кэтрин? Пэрис такие гадости пишут в твиттере.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#570  Сообщение tamaraki » 02 июн 2013, 18:17

admin писал(а):
Обнаружили, что Уэйду Робсону заплатили большую сумму денег. Платили AEG и предположительно Бранка icon_shocked , чтобы он придал огласке эту возмутительную ложь о Майкле. Предположительно, ему заплатили ОГРОМНЫЕ деньги за его вранье и не только это. Утверждают, что те же самые товарищи ( AEG и Бранка ) угрожали ему.
Зачем сейчас появляться и рассказывать все эти гнусные небылицы? Потому что мошенники из Эстейта и AEG угрожали Кэтрин и сказали ей, что заставят ее страдать и она пожалеет, что подала этот иск. Также они сказали, что впереди страданий будет еще больше.......
В шоубизе ходят слухи, что Уэйд Робсон имеет тесные связи с AEG по работе. Другими словами, многие знаменитости контактировали с Джексонами и сообщили им и их адвокатам, что Уэйд работает на AEG в течение многих лет!!!!!!!!!
Двое юристов семьи относятся к этим сообщениям весьма противоречиво. Один верит на 100% и утверждает, что у него есть доказательства, в то время как второй уверен в подлинности утверждений лишь на 75%.

А известно кто обнаружил? icon_wtf хотя и так было понятно, но тут речь идет о факте......
Если честно, то данной инфой про АЕГ и Бранку я не удивлена, icon_shooting пугает другое, что эти люди на многое способны и история с Уайдом лишь подтверждение, а ведь это только начало.

И вот ещё думаю, если Кетрин угрожали, то почему этим не занимаются соответствующие органы, где полиция или ФБР, зачем ждать окончание суда..... ведь реально за 2 месяца может произойти все что угодно и заявления Уайда могут показаться цветочками. icon_veryangry
мне реально за детей страшно :( icon_sorry

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