Us Weekly reports Michael Jackson’s defense team plans to discredit the expert testimony of one of the key prosecution witnesses, forensic psychologist Stan Katz. “There is going to be an issue of credibility,” a source said, adding that the hiring of Katz in the child molestation case is a clear signal that the family is after the King of Pop’s cash, as it was the accuser’s attorney Larry Feldman and Katz that helped the ’93 accuser win a multimillion dollar settlement. “He’s a hired gun,” the source said of Katz.
More Than A Bathroom Break At Jacko’s Court Hearing
January 30, 2004 – The Enquirer reports Michael Jackson’s judge warned the King of Pop not to delay court appearances by making 15 minute bathroom breaks. What he didn’t know was that Michael had a makeup artist in the bathroom to put pancake and lipstick on him before going into court.
Michael Jackson Headed To Texas For Super Bowl Sunday
January 30, 2004 – The Chicago Sun-Times reports Michael reportedly has headed to Houston to join his sister Janet Jackson and other family members when Janet performs during the halftime at the Super Bowl on Sunday. It is not expected that Jacko will actually perform or be anywhere near the stadium during the halftime show.
Jackson Hid His ‘Jesus Juice’ Consumption From Kids
January 30, 2004 – Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com is again lecturing his knowledge of Maureen Orth after her latest Vanity Fair piece on Michael Jackson. Friedman claims that friends told him that when Jackson started drinking wine a few years ago, he didn’t want kids to see him do it in public. Hence the transfer to soda cans, especially on planes and in public places. Friedman also has details of Jackson singing about a possible addiction in the 1994 song ‘Morphine’. Read more.
Friedman Moans Over Vanity Fair Jackson Story
January 29, 2004 – Self-proclaimed Michael Jackson molestation allegation guru Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com is fuming after Vanity Fair magazine sent out a press release previewing their story from Maureen Orth. Friedman alleges that Orth lifted material from his column and the National Enquirer in claiming Jackson plied his 12-year-old accuser with wine and called it ‘Jesus Juice’. Read more.