More details from last Friday
by ABC7 Court News....
Some additional info Panish lawyer for the family told @ABC7 decided not to call his Propofol expert as would add nothing new to the case.
Regarding those wigs Randy Phillips emailed Holland: "This is from Karen Faye who did MJ's hair and make up...She bought three wigs for use in the tour and one of them is going to be used for his final rest."
The families lawyer Panish told the previous witness on tape he had evidence AEG paid Michael Jackson's manager. Panish asked Holland about Tohme Tohme she said she knew Tohme was terminated before MJ died, therefore had no legal power to sign on his behalf.
Panish said $36 million was spent in MJ's project.
Timm Wooley prepared on June 18, 2009 what he thought was "equitable division of expenses between MJ and The Tour."
AEG would pay for an entertainment arcade & bowling alley because of precondition in terms of what MJ needed at the house as and part of the bargain. AEG would pay for three of the local houses: Bush, Faye and Murray (wardrobe dresser, make-up/hair & personal physician).
Michael Jackson would pay for additional furniture, staffing, security, nanny, food.
The following day Paul Gongaware approved the allocation and the charges.
Hollander testified that if the tour failed to go ahead Michael Jackson was responsible for 100% of the production costs, but if the tour went ahead AEG would pay 5% and Michael Jackson 95%.