1. Mid shot of gate to studio where Michael Jackson had been recording video
2. Wide shot studio
3. Mid shot of Jackson fans outside studio, holding signs supporting him
4. Close up of sign held by Jackson fan
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Donna Green, Michael Jackson fan
"I don't care what anyone says, I still don't believe it. I know in my heart that it's not true. People that are judging him, they don't know him, they don't know him. They just know what they see in the tabloids or, you know, on TV."
6. Tilt up from sign to Donna Green standing with boy
7. SOUNDBITE (English) VOXPOP, Jackson fan
"Why would he do that? He's helping kids, you know, give them their dreams, oh, they want to meet Michael Jackson, you know, dying kids and stuff and that's like people's biggest dreams, you know. I know I would love to meet him and everything and why would he ruin himself like that? There's no reason, it's not right."
8. Various of Jackson fans listening to news conference on portable radio
9. Various of news media outside studio
10. Michael Jackson impersonator driving up in cart singing
11. Close up of Jackson impersonator doing impromptu impersonation
Fans of Michael Jackson on Wednesday expressed support for the singer after authorities issued a warrant for his arrest on charges of molesting a child.
The 45-year-old King of Pop was accused of multiple counts of lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14.
Jackson's spokesman called the allegations "scurrilous and totally unfounded", a view echoed by some of the singer's fans outside a Las Vegas studio, where he had been working on a new music video as recently as Tuesday.
They held signs showing their support and stated their belief in his innocence.
In the 10 years since Michael Jackson first stood accused of child molestation, the superstar has managed to eke out two platinum albums, a handful of hits and some highly rated television specials.
Yet his fan base has shrunk and he's been ridiculed and reviled by the general public for his bizarre appearance and behaviour.
His new single "One More Chance", released as the latest scandal erupted, didn't even register on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
Music industry analysts predict his imminent arrest on another molestation allegation could be the final nail in the coffin of his career.