Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, March 31, 2006

Jackson Plans Makeover

Reports, if they are to be believed, indicate that Michael Jackson is contemplating yet another change of image.

Jackson discussed his comeback with DJ Whoo Kid, when they met in Bahrain.

Whoo Kid is quoted as saying that he offered some tips on make up etc:

"I told him he needs to cut his hair, get some million-dollar earrings, get a million-dollar watch and take all them spaceship clothes off.

He said: 'I have to change my whole outlook.' He said he was trying to work out

We shall see!

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Judge Orders Papers

Superior Court Judge Robert Schnider this week ordered lawyers for Michael Jackson and ex-wife Debbie Rowe to submit copies of missing papers from their divorce file.

Judge Schnider ordered Rowe's lawyer, Marta Almli, to submit duplicate copies of Rowe's 2001 motion to terminate her parental rights to her two children with Jackson.

He ordered Jackson's lawyers, Michael Abrams and Thomas Hall, to submit a copy of Jackson's opposition to the motion.

Judge Schnider is quoted as saying:

"The way this file looks, it's clear to me that documents have come in an untimely fashion."

The papers must be submitted within 30 days.

A hearing has been set for May 24.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

New Deal?

It is reported that Michael Jackson is signing a new record deal with the Prince of Bahrain.

Jackson has agreed a deal with 2 Seas, the label of Prince Abdulla Hamad Alkhalifa.

Allegedly Jackson has written one new song, 'I Have This Dream', which will be released as a single on the label.

50 Cent is also about to record a song with Jackson.

50 Cent's bandmate, DJ Whoo Kid, met with Jackson during a recent trip to Bahrain. DJ Whoo Kid gave Jackson a tape with the proposed track, so that he could listen to it before making a decision.

Where is the hurricane Katrina single then?

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Jackson Dines Out

Michael Jackson went to make an offer on a Bahraini businessman's house, but ended up having dinner with his family instead of buying the house.

A source is quoted in a local paper saying:

"Michael was being chauffeured in the Saar area (in Manama) when he spotted a house he liked. He did not hesitate to call on the family and ask them if they were willing to sell their house.

The family, astonished by the unexpected appearance of the superstar and amused by the offer, told him the house was not for sale, but that he was welcome to share their dinner

With the closure of Neverland, it is rumoured that Jackson intends to stay permanently in Bahrain.

Monday, March 27, 2006

Jackson Flogs Animals

It seems that Michael Jackson is so desperate for cash that he is now selling off his collection of lions, tigers and other assorted animals from his Neverland menagerie.

An insider is quoted as saying:

"He's desperate for cash and is offering the animals for a fraction of what they're really worth. He needs money fast."

So if you are looking for a cheap elephant, you know where to go.

However, Michael's sister La Toya is claiming that the collapse of Neverland is part of a long-term plan.


"It's all part of the plan but you're just learning about it.

When he left [for Bahrain] he said, 'It's finished. Never again.'

His privacy, he felt, was invaded, so it's time to leave and that's what he did

Maybe she should tell that to the workers at Neverland who weren't paid for three months?