LOS ANGELES — As paramedics arrived at Michael Jackson’s rented Holmby Hills mansion, the pop singer’s personal chef testified that the performer’s bodyguard immediately asked her if she signed a confidentiality agreement.
Kai Chase told a Los Angeles jury Wedneday that she and the other house staff were told to leave Jackson’s Holmby Hills estate by bodyguard Alberto Alvarez, who she said then asked her to sign a piece of paper after learning she hadn’t signed a confidentiality agreement.
The paper had no letterhead or other signature, Chase testified, but had a paragraph written on it. Chase said she read the text but could not recall its contents. “It was four years ago,” she said.
The star died in June 2009 after Dr. Conrad Murray administered a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and is currently serving jail time.
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