And now to michael jackson and the courtroom scene as tonight a jury is getting ready to decide the answer to a question, did the company promoting his concert push him to drugs and the breaking... See More
And now to michael jackson and the courtroom scene as tonight a jury is getting ready to decide the answer to a question, did the company promoting his concert push him to drugs and the breaking point, or did his own demons take him down. Abc's david wright. ♪ ♪ Reporter: This was michael jackson's last dance. Final rehearsal for what was to have been his comeback tour. Final because he died days later, before the tour's first stop. In debt, how of shape and drugging himself to sleep at night, but still dancing his heart out. This is the final curtain call. Reporter: Footage shown again today in an l.A. Courtroom to a jury who must decide if jackson's death was essentially self-inflicted with the help of his doctor or if promoter aeg live bears some blame, too. We, the jury, find the defendant, conrad robert murray, guilty. Reporter: In 2009 jackson's doctor was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering the fatal dose of proep fol. In this lawsuit jackson's mother and three children are seeking $1.5 billion in damaging from aeg live. The jackson family claims aeg was paying murray's salary, $150,000 a month and putting pressure on him to get jackson fit for the tour. Aeg insists the company had no idea what jackson and his doctor were up to behind closed doors. Aeg live never would have agreed to finance this tour if it knew mr. Jackson was playing russian roulette every night in his bedroom. Reporter: IN HIND SIGHT WE Know it ended badly, the question facing the jury, should someone pay. David wright, abc news, los angeles.
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