Michael Jackson's fans seem to be shunning him in the aftermath of his trial.
His latest greatest hits album "The Essential Michael Jackson" has sold only 8,000 copies in the US, in its first week of release, and has reached number 128 in the chart.
However, the album went straight to number two in the UK.
British public relations expert Max Clifford has revealed that he turned down a request to represent Jackson after his trial.
"He came to me a month ago and I turned him down. It would be the hardest job in PR after Saddam Hussein and I would be astounded if he could turn things around. People were extremely offended by even some of the things he admitted in court. The final judgement is with the record buying public and they have made their verdict clear."