PARIS TESTIFIES IN JACKO DEATH TRIAL: “YOU’RE GOING TO GET CREEPED OUT”
Courageous PARIS JACKSON’s video deposition in the billion dollar wrongful death lawsuit of her late father the King of Pop.
Looking poised and confident, Paris Jackson smiled, laughed and joked with lawyers deposing her in the billion dollar wrongful death lawsuit of her late father Michael — just months before she attempted suicide, RadarOnline.com reported having obtained the videotaped interrogation held on March 21 which was played to the jury hearing the case in a Los Angeles courtroom on Tuesday afternoon.
Paris, the 15-year-old heir to the Jackson fortune, was questioned under oath about her former nanny, Grace Rwaramba.
“You’re going to get creeped out… no joke,” the teen heiress told lawyers representing concert promoter AEG. She recounted how her dad had told her that he didn’t like Rwaramba, who she said was “obsessed” with her father.
Charged Paris: “My dad didn’t like her so he tried to keep her away from us. He would send her to run errands a lot… He said she was sneaky, she was not an honest person and she lied a lot.”
When asked why, if the MJ didn’t like Ugandan-born Rwaramba, did he not fire her, Paris testified: “He felt bad. She didn’t really have a lot of money.”
Rwaramba was introduced to Jackson by his former manager Dr Tohme R Tohme. She started out as a secretary before working her way up to supposedly become the most important woman in the superstar’s life. Jackson and Rwaramba were thought to be so close that the couple was rumored to be considering marriage. In the video deposition, however,Paris, told lawyers that it was unrequited love.
“She used to be (one of the nannies) but she got really creepy. This is going to freak you out. One time, it was before — me and my brother were really young — before Blanket was born. When he would stay in a hotel, or whatever, she would call the hotel and say that she was his wife. She was obsessed with him… They let her in and he’d wake up and she would be in his bed.”
After one of the lawyers reacted to Paris’ story, she joked, “I saw your expression. You are like, what? That is what he told us and it is kind of creepy.” “It is a little creepy,” one lawyer agreed.
Asked why her father didn’t give Grace the heave-ho, Paris replied: “He sent her to India, I think. He sent her to India to get some stuff. She kept coming back.”