Jackson's TV show
13:30 17 June 2005
Michael Jackson is planning his own TV show with behind-the-scenes footage of his child abuse trial.
The acquitted star was reportedly filmed by his family throughout the traumatic 14-week case and Jackson is now keen to show his "true story" to the public.
According to industry insiders, American channels ABC, Fox and the A&E Network have all been approached to broadcast the footage.
The project, which is said to be in the planning stages, is expected to be turned into a six-part documentary.
Jackson has allegedly always wanted to make a rebuttal film to the controversial documentary by British journalist Martin Bashir, which led to the singer's prosecution.
Meanwhile, Jackson has vowed never to share his bed with a young boy again.
The eccentric star has promised his lawyer he will never do anything which could be misinterpreted, including inviting fans to sleepovers.
Attorney Thomas Mesereau revealed: "He's not going to do that any more. It's been a terrible process for him."
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