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Topic - Michael Amir
A choreographer who worked with Michael Jackson on his ill-fated concert tour told a judge Tuesday he let the superstar skip rehearsal six days before he died because he seemed sick and out of shape.
A choreographer who worked with Michael Jackson on his ill-fated concert tour told a judge Tuesday he clashed with Jackson's doctor and others over the superstar's health six days before he died.
One of Michael Jackson's bodyguards says two of the pop star's children watched as the doctor charged in the singer's death frantically attempted to revive him in the bedroom of his rented mansion.
"Michael said, 'I know you love me and care about me.
He said, 'Would you be OK with that?'