Sharon Osbourne will be a witness in Michael Jackson’s wrongful death trial

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Sharon Osbourne will appear as a witness on the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial, and will testify against the doctor who is blamed for the involuntary manslaughter of the pop star. Sharon said during The Talk show that she has information which will help Michael Jackson’s family win the case against the concert promoter AEG Live. The company is accused that they ignored the health concerns over Jackson, and hired Dr. Conrad Murray, the one who administered the lethal dose of Propofol, which killed the King of Pop in 2009

Sharon Osbourne is determined to reveal everything she knows, which is that people at the company were aware of Michael Jackson’s condition but they didn’t care, because they earned money even if  he performed or not.

There were people at that company who knew he was not well but didn’t care. Whether he performed or not, they’d still make money. I had conversations with people who said exactly that. I will tell people who said it, Sharon said.

Besides the former X Factor judge, other stars have been called to testify, such as Lisa Marie Priestley, Michael’s ex-wife, Diana Ross, Quincy Jones and Prince. The trial, worth $40 billion, was filled by Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine, and his three children: Prince 16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11. The promoter company, AEG Live, denies the charges.

Meanwhile, Sharon is expected to be judging talented hopefuls on X Factor, and even though the speculations say she is going to return, no official statement has been made about any of the judges