Testimony resumes today in the California lawsuit against Michael Jackson.
A former business associate claims the entertainer owes him millions of dollars. Marc Schaffel contends Jackson stiffed him for salary, some expenses and even on loans Schaffel says he made to Jackson.
Schaffel's attorney has shown the jury parts of a videotaped deposition with Jackson last year in which he said his pocket money comes from leasing space on his Neverland Ranch for grazing cows.
The lawyer asks: "So, whenever you need cash to shop or whatever, it comes from the cows?"
Jackson responds: "Yeah, believe it or not."
Schaffel's lawyer says: "I don't, but that's OK. I don't have to."
Jackson laughs and says: "Well, I'm telling you."
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