Transcript for Prince Jackson on Dad's Post-Rehearsal Words: 'They Are Gonna Kill Me'
We're back at 7:43, with the latest on michael jackson's son, prince, testifying in his family's wrongful death suit against his father's concert promoter. New home video revealed in court of all three of jackson's children when they were younger, bonding with their father. Abc's ryan owens has that story. A puppy. Reporter: An intimate look at a father and his children. New home video of michael jackson, played for the jury in his wrongful death trial. What do you want to do in the future? Help the poor. What would you like to do when you get older? Reporter: Wednesday, the jurors also heard from jackson's eldest son, prince. The 16-year-old testified the king of pop was a protective and attentive dad. He wanted to know how we were doing in school and how we could better the world. Prince told the jury he just finished his sophomore year of high school with a 3.6 gpa. And saying he got his work ethic and his desire to help people from his father. ♪ Dirt in my eye ♪ Reporter: One thing he did not inherit, his musical talent. Prince testified as part of the wrongful death suit the jackson family brought against his concert promoter, aeg live. Prince told the jurors his father was so exhausted from rehearsing his concert, he said of promoters, they're going to kill me. They're going to kill me. Aeg denies wrongdoing. Prince choked up talking about the day he lost his father four years ago. My dad was hanging half off the dead and his eyes were rolling. Prince may be the only family member to testify in this case. Jurors say jackson's death was toughest on her, who he called dad's little princess. For "good morning america," ryan o sens, abc news, los angeles.
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