A comedy club owner who knew Michael Jackson's accuser has testified the family wasn't money-hungry, except for the father.
Jamie Masada said the mother never asked for money, even when her son was fighting cancer. But Masada said the father often did. The couple had divorced by the time of the family's alleged false imprisonment by Jackson in early 2003.
The defense says the mother cooked up the accusations against Jackson in a quest to get a big settlement.
A flight attendant who works on executive jets testified Jackson drank wine from a soda can on a flight from Miami to California during that period. Cynthia Bell says she never saw Jackson share the can with the accuser, as the boy claims. But she said the boy did act loud and obnoxious.
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