Michael Jackson's camp issued a statement Monday saying that the singer may not take the stand at his child-molestation trial on the advice of his defense attorneys. "Michael wants the world to know that he did not molest any children," his spokeswoman said. "He would not be opposed to testifying if the defense attorneys wanted him to, and he would not testify if they didn't want him to." The rep also hinted that Jacko would end his practice of sharing his bed with young boys. He didn't rule out sleeping bags, though.