The former head of Michael Jackson's security team offered some troubling testimony on Wednesday, the second day of court proceedings in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray.

Faheem Muhammad revealed that in Jackson's final moments on June 25, 2009, his two oldest children, Prince, 14, and Paris, 13, witnessed the chaotic attempts to resuscitate their father. "Paris was on the ground balled up crying. And Prince, he was just, he was just standing there, he was just in shock, slowly crying," Muhammad told the court. "They weren't quite inside the room," but they saw the events take place.

Afterward, the bodyguard jumped to the kids' rescue, taking them to a place where they couldn't see Jackson and calling for their nanny, reports ABC News. At the time, Murray was administering CPR and "appeared very nervous." Another bodyguard called 911 to rush to the scene.