Pop star &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/fun/2002/04/11/27540.html' target=_blank>Michael Jackson has been released from hospital following treatment for flu-like symptoms. His admission to a Santa Maria hospital on Tuesday led to a week-long postponement of his trial on charges of &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/society/2001/12/13/23473.html' target=_blank>child abuse, which he has denied.
"He's still not feeling well, but he's going to continue his recovery at home," said the singer's spokeswoman, Raymone Bain.
Jury selection was under way when Mr Jackson was taken ill on Tuesday, reports the BBC News.
According to the China Daily, a doctor said the ailing entertainer was "in a stable condition", but still needed care for lingering symptoms of an &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/science/19/95/380/14373_vaccine.html' target=_blank>influenza-like illness.
"He continues to need care for some persistent viral symptoms, but otherwise, he is in good spirits," Todd Bailey told journalists outside the hospital minutes before Jackson's cloak-and-dagger departure.
The showman sent a handful of diehard fans into a frenzy when he briefly appeared at his fourth floor hospital window, flashing his signature V-sign and waving a teddy bear his admirers say they had given him. An intravenous tube could be seen on his arm.
As the fans chanted "we love you Michael" a hand emerged again from the window, holding a note that read "I love more."
The star has denied all 10 charges against him, saying they amounted to a "big lie" concocted in a bid to extort him.
Trial Judge Rodney Melville suspended the trial, which officially began on January 31, for a week to allow Jackson time to recover.
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