Yesterday at the child-molestation trial of Michael Jackson, the mother of the singer's accuser testified that while Jackson's aides held her and her family hostage, she was forced to make a video praising their captor's fathering skills. "I was confused," she said. "I was sad." (She thinks she was confused and sad? She oughtta try writing about this case every time Mike Ausiello takes a day off.) In closing, the woman swore she wouldn't sue the accused. During cross-examination Friday, the defense tried to prove the woman a con artist, accusing her of bilking other celebs of money and of allowing Jackson's associates to take her for a "body wax." Yes, we are still confused and sad.