Video of Paris' deposition was played in court Tuesday ... You gotta hear it, and really interesting to hear it in Paris' words.and the highlight was her description of Michael's relationship with ex-nanny Grace Rwaramba. Paris explained to attorneys for AEG that Michael warned his children about Grace, telling them ... She wasn't an honest person, and she lied a lot."Paris said she didn't know specifically what she lied about -- but then seemed to suddenly remember one freaky detail about Grace sneaking into Michael's bed while they were staying in hotels. "There are young lads here and this message will get to them and it will make it easier for them to get to the doctors when they have any issues."It will save lives." The event has now become a male equivalent of the popular Race for Life, where families and friends run together.Amazing, I'm dancing around for five minutes, then all of a sudden it's what's next?' And what of Rebecca Adlington's success at Beijing? 'I wish she'd won BBC Sports Personality of the Year, but that's me being biased. She used to run up to me and get autographs off me for friends and she was so excited about me.The event was first set up by retired athlete and Olympian Colin Jackson and is due to be held at seven places across the UK this year, with Worcester so far attracting the most support.
and she said it under oath during a deposition taken for the wrongful death suit against AEG.Until I was about 25-years-old I was usually clubbing four nights a week, dancing for four hours non-stop, jumping up and down.That kept me fit, but after 25 something physically happened to me.'Someone else said that to me - "What are you advertising cigarettes for? 'I said, "It's nothing to do with cigarettes, it's bloody clothes. But when he goes to his condo on Miami Beach (most of the year he lives in the small market town of St Neots outside Cambridge with his two bulldogs) he plans to get his head down. His sisters, Katy, 42, and Claire, 40, now work in accounting. Me, filing.' Mark wears cardigan, £165, Paul Smith (020 7379 7133).'Because of the modelling I do, it's a fickle world, and not being funny, but they want the body.' His career in swimming began at the age of five at the urging of his father Robin, an adman, who had never learned to swim - 'he was petrified of water' - and wanted his children to be different. A swimming scholarship to Millfield led him to Canada at 16 to train, but at 18 he was back in Britain, on the dole, beginning a series of dead-end jobs to support his swimming - everything from being a courier to fitting double glazing and filing in an office. Swim shorts, from £55, Polo Ralph Lauren (020 7535 4600). Classic Hexagon watch with brown alligator strap throughout, £3,100, Ebel (08) Carrying the flag at the Beijing Olympics was Mark's career high point. In a now infamous decision, Bill Sweetenham, the then England coach, dropped him because he was seven hundredths of a second off the required competition time. 'Sitting at home and watching everyone else out there when I should have been with them.' So what did it mean to him to be an Olympian? I mean, I took how good I was for granted; week in and week out I'd win medals and go to championships and it's what you do, you break the world record.