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‘They’re Going To Kill Me’: Prince Michael Jackson Tells Court His Father Feared Concert Promoter AEG

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Update 12:05 p.m. — Prince Michael Jackson, 16, told jurors that his father Michael Jackson complained that concert promoter AEG was “killing him” in the days before his death four years ago.

Michael Jackson often cried after talking to AEG Live executives as he prepared for his comeback concerts, his oldest son testified Wednesday.

“After he got off the phone, he would cry,” Prince Jackson testified, recalling phone conversations between his dad and AEG LIve CEO Randy Phillips and his ex-manager, Dr. Tohme Tohme.

“He would say, ‘They’re going to kill me, they’re going to kill me.’”

He also testified that Phillips visited Jackson’s rented Holmby Hills, Calif., mansion during the night before his death.

“He was grabbing his elbow,” Prince said. “It looked aggressive to me. He was grabbing by the back of his elbow and they were really close and he was making hand motions.”

The eldest son of the pop star also testified that he saw his dad “hanging off the bed” with Dr. Conrad Murray performing CPR on the fateful day he died in 2009. At the time, Prince was aged 12.

He also told court that his sister, Paris, who recently attempted to take her own life, had developed emotional issues after being deposed in the billion dollar wrongful death lawsuit against AEG.

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Prince Michael Jackson I Wednesday was spotted entering a Los Angeles court to testify in his family’s wrongful death trial against AEG Live LLC, and we’ve got the details for you right here on RadarOnline.com.

The precocious 16-year-old, who is named as a plaintiff in the case, wore a suit into the hearing, in which he’s expected to speak about his father’s June 25, 2009 death for the first time in public.

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Prince, the late King of Pop’s oldest child, was famously called into the room that day by now-incarcerated Dr. Conrad Murray.

We’ll keep you updated on the trial right here on RadarOnline.com.

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