Former Strip entertainer Wayne Newton and his wife were in court Monday, fighting to stay in their Las Vegas home.
Back in 2010 the couple sold their mansion to a developer with hopes of turning it into a museum.
That developer claims the couple agreed to move out, sparking a lawsuit when they didn't.
"One of our partners has been listening totally to other people, and this gives them an opportunity to hear the total and complete truth," Newton told FOX5 exclusively.
"(We are) thrilled that the truth of what has gone on is going to come out," said Kathleen McCrone Newton, Wayne Newton's wife.
Both are facing a lawsuit brought on by their business partner Steven Kennedy, who is suing for breach of contract and fraud.
Kennedy's suit claims Wayne Newton and his family refused to move into a separate house on the Casa de Shenandoah property to convert their current home into the museum.
However, during Monday's courtroom proceedings, theme park consultant Peter Stapp, hired by Kennedy's company CSD, took the stand, testifying he felt the Newtons living in the main house would add to the attraction.
"It's been compared to Graceland, while Elvis is gone, Mr. Newton is not, he is here. You have a chance to possibly encounter him," Stapp said.
The suit also claims Wayne Newton delayed the project to ensure that museum would never open.
That's an allegation the performer denies.
"One of the major things that got us excited about the possibility of doing this was the promise it would probably put 400 people to work," Wayne Newton told FOX5.
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