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LAW AND DISORDER

Baby-dangler Michael Jackson turned up in a California courtroom Tuesday to resume testifying in a $21 million lawsuit over canceled millennium concerts. Instead of a nose bandage, the freaky singer arrived this time sporting a pair of crutches. Apparently, he was bitten by a spider. "It is real bad," he told reporters. "If I showed it to you, you'd be shocked. It hurts very much." Not as much as a five-story fall would, of course.

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Baby-dangler Michael Jackson turned up in a California courtroom Tuesday to resume testifying in a $21 million lawsuit over canceled millennium concerts. Instead of a nose bandage, the freaky singer arrived this time sporting a pair of crutches. Apparently, he was bitten by a spider. "It is real bad," he told reporters. "If I showed it to you, you'd be shocked. It hurts very much." Not as much as a five-story fall would, of course.