I find it unsettling that former attorney, Brian Oxman, would get on national television and accused Jackson of prescription drug abuse and being around enablers like Anna Nicole Smith. Jackson would be mortified if he knew that his own attorney would speak negatively of him. Brian Oxman should be ashamed of himself. The family does not deserve to hear that nonsense during their time of mourning. Jackson hasn’t been declared dead at that point by the hospital and Oxman goes out to report to the media a negative spin about how he died . Oxman kept saying that he was stunned, he should be stunned at his accusations and allegations that he is making about the “King of Pop.” The haters are are going to come for his name and attempt to tear Jackson legacy down. He was found not guilty of molestation and yet there are people still accusing him of the horrific crime. Jackson had to defend himself against accusations, people sued him and he had to fight to maintain his privacy. The King of Pop should be able to finally rest in peace. Lords knows while he lived he damn sure didn’t get a lot of peace from the media. We should remember him for his contributions that he made within the music industry and the entertainment he provided for his fans. Despite being an entertainer, performer, and an exceptional man with a gift; Jackson was a human being too!
Brian Oxman Speaks about prescription medicine being the cause of his death. Why would he wait until after Jackson died before speaking about it on the record?
Jackson family spokesman Brian Oxman reacts to the news of Michael Jackson’s death. He says he is “stunned” and adds that he warned the family that prescription drug abuse might have contributed to his death.
“If you think the case with Anna Nicole Smith was an abuse, it’s nothing in comparison to what we have seen taking place in Michael Jackson’s life.”
CBS and NBC’s news departments are planning tributes tonight for the late Michael Jackson, who was pronounced dead in Los Angeles today. The Eye will air The Life and Death of Michael Jackson at 10 p.m., while NBC will combine American Legend: Michael Jackson with its Farrah Fawcett tribute during a special Dateline from 9-11 p.m.
Also at 9 p.m., the MTV networks (MTV, MTV2, MTV tr3s, and mtvU) will air a one-hour show about Jackson that will be hosted by MTV News’ Sway Calloway and will feature celebrity and musician call-ins. The networks have been airing Jackson videos throughout the afternoon.
On Saturday, the BIO Channel will air Bio Remembers: Michael Jackson at 10 p.m. It’ll feature interviews with Jackson’s family and friends, including Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, and Liza Minnelli.
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