Michael Jackson's death may have tragically happened more than three years ago, but trials are still ongoing as to who is responsible for the singer's health and wellbeing during his life.

Yesterday, a law suit brought against concert promoters AEG by Jackson's mother and three children was found to be unsubstantiated, and AEG were cleared of any wrongdoing.

The case related to Michael Jackson's concert physician Dr Conrad Murray, who was hired by the promoters to take care of Jackson and has since been found guilty of the singer's involuntary manslaughter. AEG's lawyers stated that there was no way for then to know that Jackson was at risk due to the hiring of Dr Murray, nor were they aware of his part in providing Jackson with prescription sedative Propofol.

Dr Conrad Murray is due to be released from prison this month.