Paris Jackson and Prince Jackson, children of late legendary entertainer Michael Jackson, will be on hand to testify at an upcoming wrongful death trial.
The upcoming trial stems from Katherine Jackson's lawsuit, which alleges that AEG was negligent in hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted of giving Jackson a fatal dose of propofol in 2009.
It is unclear when the children will testify, but a source tells the NY Daily News that Paris has already gone through a deposition with "great poise" and is ready for the opportunity to tell the truth regarding her father's death, including what she saw and heard.
“Prince was older and more tuned in and saw certain things, but they’re both very strong kids, and they’ve never tried to keep anything from becoming public,” the source shared.
Katherine Jackson is open to seeing the children testify, but sources say she is also concerned about what might happen during and after their testimony and the effect it might have on them.
As widely reported, AEG has argued that Dr. Murray was not employed by the company.