Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Tuesday, April 05, 2005


In a rather bizarre revelation yesterday, it has emerged that Jackson has a "bolt hole" to run off to if things don't go his way.

It seems that the late Marlon Brando granted Jackson lifelong sanctuary on a tropical island.

Brando transferred the use of half an acre of land, on his private Pacific island, to Jackson "in consideration of gratitude and affection"; one year before he died in 2003, and just shortly after the infamous Bashir documentary.

The deeds state that Brando wrote to Jackson to thank him for hosting a birthday party for his daughter Nina.


"I can't easily describe the pleasure that has come our way with your invitation to Neverland,".

He then signed the letter "Love, Dad".

He also told Jackson that he had granted him sanctuary on the island "for the rest of (his) natural life".

The island is located in the French Polynesian atoll Tetiaroa. However, Jackson's passport has been impounded; so for the moment he won't be going anywhere, without the permission of the court.

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