Awaiting the Verdict, Jackson Falls Apart 

Awaiting the Verdict, Jackson Falls Apart

The stress of being on trial, accused of (among other things) child molestation, has taken its toll on Michael Jackson. Ever since the case was turned over to the jury, reporters can't stop talking about how particularly sick and frail the once "King of Pop" has been looking. At 125lbs, the 5'11 star was skinny even before the trial began; now, estimates put his weight at around 90lbs!

Jackson has reportedly been getting very little sleep and is surviving only on carrot and celery juice. Friends of the star say that the back pain that he has been complaining about for weeks is legit, and not just some ploy to get the jurors determining his fate to feel sorry for him. That question -- what, if any effect will Michael Jackson's failing health have on the jury -- seems to be the new "hot topic" being debated.

Some people feel that this is "an act" by Jackson, who hopes to sway the jury's decision in his favor any way he can -- even if that means making himself sick. Those loyal to Jackson, however, say that he really is a "delicate soul" who could never do what he has been accused of.

Regardless of whether or not his current state is self-inflicted, one thing is for sure: Michael Jackson today is barely a shadow of what he once was.

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Comment another bloody monday and again if it wasnt reading these messages i dont know what I would do

Tue Apr 11, 2006 1:42 pm MST by bob

Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 2:18 pm MST by bob stevens

Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 1:53 pm MST by bob stevens

Comment I know I'm off topic but today is the best day as she has said

Mon Apr 3, 2006 3:45 pm MST by tim smith

Comment This book is generating a buzz from every quarter imaginable as an authoritative source of unvarnished truth. And Bob Jones has the credentials to back it all up. As former head of PR for not only Jackson, but also the family musical act The Jackson 5 in the years before Michael’s solo career, Jones was not just an insider, but a confidant of the family—and the only one to have never signed a confidentiality agreement.

Sun Jun 19, 2005 9:24 am MST by Anonymous

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