Randy Phillips, AEG Live CEO continues to be questioned by Marvin Putnam, AEG attorney. A summary from Associated Press
Phillips said AEG Live doesn't have a policy for dealing with artists who are the subject of articles that state or suggest they have a substance abuse problem.
The head of the company promoting Michael Jackson's ill-fated comeback concerts testified Thursday that he received conflicting and confusing information about the singer's health days before his death.
AEG Live CEO Randy Phillips said he was concerned about information from high-level tour workers that Jackson was unable to rehearse six days before his death, but he was reassured by the pop superstar's doctor that everything was fine.