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Jackson / Child Molestation Charges / Grubman Interview #742513

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 22, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Henderson, Nevada: Miguel Marquez) The child molestation case against pop star Michael Jackson featured; details given of Jackson’s hiring of attorney Mark Geragos; scenes shown of a demonstration in support of Jackson in Paris, France, and a vigil in Las Vegas.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Support for Jackson in the music industry noted. [Rap artist Missy ELLIOT†, entertainer Sean “P. Diddy” COMBS†, FAN, singers Alicia KEYS†, Rick JAMES†- support Jackson.] Taped interview held with publicist Lizzie Grubman†, who served jail time after backing her car into party-goers outside a nightclub, about celebrity and the law. [GRUBMAN - says celebrities are treated worse by the media; states nobody wants bad publicity; comments on the timing of the charges against Jackson and his public image; says everyone in this case is being exploited.]

Lin, Carol;
Marquez, Miguel

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