It is reported that there was an unusual weekend legal session yesterday, in the Michael Jackson case, as a mystery witness was deposed by both the prosecution and defence.
Seemingly the mystery witness is a paralegal who worked for the attorney representing Jackson's accuser's mother, when their family sued JC Penney and won a $137K settlement in October 2001.
It is further reported that the paralegal has claimed that the accuser's mother lied under oath, and fabricated the charges against JC Penney security guards.
It seems that the bruises that she said were inflicted by the guards, were actually inflicted by someone else.
Additionally, it is reported, that the woman allegedly coached her son to lie during his deposition against JC Penney.
The woman is reportedly denying these allegations.
Judge Rodney Melville will review the deposition on Monday morning, before the opening statements in the Jackson trial.