Those that the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.
Michael Jackson has hit the news yet again, this time he claims that his former staff are trying to make him bankrupt; much like making a fool of oneself, that is something which is usually self inflicted.
Jackson's spokeswoman, Raymone Bain, claims that an alleged plot was uncovered through leaked documents. These allege that some of Jackson's former advisors had attempted to persuade other associates into a petition which would leave Jackson broke.
Bain is quoted as saying:
"In what could be one of the biggest conspiracies in entertainment history, documents have been sent to Michael Jackson and his representatives which reveal a deliberate plan by some former advisors and associates to force Mr Jackson into involuntary bankruptcy."
Seemingly Jackson's new legal team, the others resigned because he allegedly had not paid them, are investigating the scheme and plan to file several lawsuits against the alleged conspirators.
Bain also said:
"In addition, there is a strong possibility that these documents will be forwarded to the US Attorney General for review and possible involvement.
Michael Jackson was neither shocked nor surprised. He's always been suspicious that some of those whom he entrusted to act on his behalf may not have acted in his best interests."
Jackson should take the advice of Mr Micawber:
"Annual income 20 shillings, annual expenditure twenty shillings and sixpence; the result, misery".
In other words, learn to live within your means!