Michael Jackson

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

The brother of Michael Jackson's accuser has admitted lying under oath in another case.

Jackson's attorney began his cross-examination of the 14-year-old today. Yesterday, the teen gave crucial and graphic testimony, saying he'd twice seen the pop star molest his sleeping brother.

Today, the boy admitted lying during a deposition for his mother's civil lawsuit against J-C Penney. In that case, he swore that his mother and father never fought and that his father never hit him.

Earlier today, the boy said Jackson once told him and his brother not to reveal what happened "even if they put a gun to your head." But it's unclear what incident Jackson may have been referring to.

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