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Debbie Rowe, the mother of Michael Jackson’s two oldest children offered some truly emotional testimony on the stand in the ongoing AEG trial. When asked to describe how Paris, Jackson’s daughter, has been affected by the death of her father, Rowe broke down in tears and responded,

“Their father is dead. I almost lost my daughter! She is devastated. She tried to kill herself. She is devastated. She has no life. She doesn’t feel she has a life anymore.”

Rowe was on the witness stand for a second day of testimony Thursday to testify about the singer’s drug use. Under questioning, Rowe  spoke not only about Jackson’s drug usage, but many other aspects of his personal life from skin problems, including vitiligo and discoid lupus and Jackson’s alleged ‘doctor shopping’ following the pyrotechnics mishap that led to his having his scalp burned during a Pepsi commercial shoot in 1984 and the surgeries that followed.

Rowe testified…

“Michael had a very low pain tolerance, and his fear of pain was incredible.  And I think that doctors took advantage of him that way. Michael respected doctors immensely, that they went to school, that they studied … to do no harm. Unfortunately, some of the doctors decided that when Michael was in pain or something that they would try to outbid on who could give him the better drug, and so he listened to those doctors.”

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Source: EURWeb