London: Michael Jackson’s chief of security has testified before the jurors that the singer’s eldest children cried in shock as they watched the nervous and sweating doctor desperately trying to bring their dad back to life at the family’s rented Los Angeles home in June, 2009.
Faheem Muhammad described the tragic moments that unfolded on the day Jackson died from a drug overdose, on the second day of Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial.
“Paris was on the ground, balled up crying and her brother Prince was shocked and crying,” Contactmusic quoted him as testifying.
Muhammad also said he had rushed into Jackson’s bedroom to find Murray frantically administering first aid to the king of pop.
He said he saw Jackson’s feet on the far side of the bed, then went to look at his body.
“His eyes were open and his mouth was slightly open. He appeared to be dead. I was shocked,” the Telegraph quoted him as saying.