Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

24 Hours

Michael Jackson has been granted a 24 hour reprieve to pay the £200K wages that he owes his staff who work on his Neverland ranch.

The staff have not been paid since December, and Jackson faces being sued by Calfornian authorities if he doesn't honour his debt.

He has been given until 1700 California time today to find the money.

Jackson's spokeswoman, Raymone Bain, said that Jackson does not comment on matters involving his finances because he considers them to be private.

She also pooh poohed the stories about Jackson moving to Britain:

"He's not purchased a house in London, he's not been scouting schools for his kids, he has no intention to moving to London

This is totally erroneous and they need to stop it

With Jackson the story changes everyday, it is all but impossible to know what to believe anymore.

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