Paris Jackson's Video Deposition Played in Court
Paris Jackson struggled to remain attentive in a video deposition that was shown in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit. INSIDE EDITION has more.
Paris Jackson fiddled with her hair and yawned in a video deposition just played in court. She looked bored as she drummed her fingers on the table.
"I'm sorry, I'm really tired," Jackson said in the tape.
She then yawned yet again during the deposition that was taped in March. It was shown for the first time during the latest testimony at the Jackson family's $60 billion wrongful death trial in Los Angeles.
Fifteen-year-old Paris remains at an undisclosed residential treatment center following her attempted suicide on June 5.
In her deposition, Paris is asked how long her father, Michael Jackson, planned to work once he completed the ill-fated "This Is It" tour.
"He still had a lot of music that he was still working on but he kind of needed to relax," she said.
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