Michael Jackson's eldest son Prince testified in court yesterday saying that MJ would be left in tears following conversations on the phone over his London comeback concert, saying 'After he got off the phone, he would cry. He’d say, ‘They’re going to kill me, they’re going to kill me.’
16-year-old Prince was giving evidence in the lawsuit against AEG Live which claims that the production company negligently hired Dr. Conrad Murray who was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter. He also displayed 15 minutes of footage of the Jackson family growing up on the Neverland Ranch in home videos and photos, showing the three children celebrating Christmas and other events with their father.
Prince also described how it was Murray who told them that Michael Jackson was dead by saying 'Sorry kids, Dad is dead.' after describing the scene he encountered on the day of Jackson's death.
Prince told the court: 'I was downstairs in the sitting room and I heard screaming upstairs. I ran upstairs and saw Conrad Murray doing CPR on my dad. Dr Murray was screaming while doing CPR. My sister [Paris] came upstairs, she was screaming all the time and saying she wanted to see Dad.'