A tell-all video showing Michael Jackson spilling the beans on his addiction to prescription drugs has surfaced.
The recording apparently shows the King of Pop being quizzed by an attorney over a lawsuit involving his ex-manager Dieter Wiesner, who alleged fraud and breach of contract in a 45 million pound civil case.
Jackson, who died aged 50 from a dose of powerful sedative, is purportedly questioned about his dependence on drugs in the film, reports the Sun.
Jackson replied: "It could have been medication, yes."
The attorney said: "OK, what medications were you taking in about January of 2003?"
Jackson replied: "It could have easily been pain medication because I had some serious injuries on tour."
Attorney then said: "And so is it your testimony that you gave power of attorney to Dieter Wiesner and Ronald Konitzer when under the influence of prescription medication?"
Jackson replied: "Could have been - probably. Probably, yes."