Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Neverland Fire Threat

A wildfire burned about 40 acres of Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch yesterday.

The fire came within a quarter-mile of the main residence.

Santa Barbara County Fire spokesman, Jeff Ross, said that no structures caught fire at the 2,800-acre estate.

About 100 firefighters were battling the blaze along with water-dropping helicopters.

The ranch's amusement park rides were within the burned area.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Animals Up For Sale

Those of you who want to give an animal a kind home, may wish to take a look at what Michael Jackson is currently trying to offload to pay his debts.

Jackson has put his animals from Neverland up for sale. He has sold an elephant to a circus near Los Angeles. He also has four giraffes up for sale, at $35K a pair.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Murals Up For Sale

It seems that Michael Jackson's finances are in such a hole, that he can't seem to afford to pay for some artwork that he ordered.

Jackson allegedly owes money to an art-gallery owner in Santa Ynez Valley, California. Needless to say, the hapless creditor wants his money.

Seemingly, Jackson asked the gallery owner to frame two large mural portraits of himself:

1 A picture of him playing with Peter Pan

2 A picture of him dancing in a rainbow


Additionally, Jackson ordered a collection of Norman Rockwell prints of children playing (how wise was this?); these he wanted framed.

No money forthcoming, it is reported that the owner of the gallery may put these up for sale on eBay.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

The Curse of Jackson

It is reported that On August 5 2005, Jordy Chandler said that his father hit him on the head from behind with a 12 pound weight. He also said his father had sprayed mace in his face.

Roger Friedman is claiming that Jordie's uncle, Raymond Chandler, says that anyone who has contact with Michael Jackson is cursed.

Maybe if people were not so keen to try to make a fast buck out of their association with Jackson, the "curse" could be lifted?

Monday, August 21, 2006

Beware Imposters

Dave Dave, who was set on fire as a child by his father and befriended by Michael Jackson during his recovery, reclaimed a condominium last week that someone posing as Jackson's cousin had been accused of stealing from him.

Dave was also awarded $93K. Dave's lawyer was Brian Oxman, who took the case on at the request of Jackson.

Dave was 6 when his father covered him in kerosene, and set him on fire in an Orange County motel room during a custody dispute.

Dave alleged that Darnello Jackson posed as Michael Jackson's cousin to gain his trust, and tricked him into signing over his $335K condominium in Inglewood.

The two met in 2003 at Neverland.

Darnello Jackson did not appear for the hearing or file any court papers.

The lesson here is clear, always check out someone's background when conducting business with them.