Michael Jackson’s ghost appeared in court today and declared his death an accident.
Jackson’s Ghost, 50, was speaking to the court through Lionel Richie’s ex-wife, Brenda. She was “channeling” Michael’s ghosts.
Jackson’s family is blaming concert corporation, AEG – for the death of Michael. They are alleging negligence and blame the company for hiring doctor Conrad Murray — since jailed for giving Jackson a fatal sedative overdose in 2009
Randy Phillips, CEO of AEG Live, however, claimed the legendary star had insisted from beyond the grave that his death was an accident, thus clearing Dr Conrad Murray, who has been jailed for delivering a fatal overdose of a sedative in 2009.
Speaking to members of the jury at the Los Angeles County Superior Court , Mr Phillips is said to have claimed the supernatural encounter was delivered via his friend Brenda Richie, the ex-wife of musician Lionel Richie.
“Brenda called me to tell me that she was in communications with Michael, either through a medium or directly. She said Michael told her it wasn’t Dr Murray’s fault – that he had accidentally killed himself.’
It said: ‘I think I know what MJ died of and this would exonerate Conrad.’
A lawyer representing the Jackson family reportedly objected to the evidence, claiming it was ‘triple hearsay’, as the conversation was relayed to Branda Richie through the assistance of a medium. But the judge let the evidence stand nonetheless.
Jackson was close to both Lionel and Brenda throughout his life, and was godfather to their adopted daughter, Nicole Richie, 31.
When the AEG lawyers continued to object, Michael Jackson’s Ghost appeared in the courtroom and, after dancing for five minutes, testified himself.
Michael’s Ghost told the judge that he never intended to die. He said that he asked the Doctor to help him sleep and the doctor accidentally gave him a “little too much.”
Michael also told the court that he is “happy in the afterlife” and is spending most of his time with “Elvis, Marilyn and Liz.”