Hamid Moslehi, Michael Jackson's videographer, gave testimony at Michael Jackson's trial yesterday.
He testified that Gavin Arvizo, his brother and sister were at his house for two or three hours before the rebuttal video was taped. However, he never saw them rehearsing.
He added that Janet Jackson (nee Arvizo) was there for about an hour before the taping, and that he did not see her reading or rehearsing either.
This is important, because it contradicts Janet's story that they were working to a script.
In fact, Moslehi said that he did not see anyone coaching Janet at all.
Moslehi said that when he shot the rebuttal video, and other footage to be used in a TV show defending Jackson, Dieter Wiesner and Ronald Konitzer (associates of Jackson) promised him a percentage of net profits.
However, Moslehi said that he has received nothing; and has a law suit pending against Jackson.
Rather bizarrely Moslehi said that he loaned Janet $2K, because he felt sorry for her.