Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Jackson Finds New Ways To Waste Money

Michael Jackson, despite his considerable financial difficulties, has found a new way to waste what little money he has left.

It is reported that he "spent a fortune" calling a premium rate phone line, to try to help his friend David Gest win the British reality TV show "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here".

Needless to say, Jackson failed. There are, rather sadly, many thousands of brain dead idiots who are happy to waste their time and money watching and voting for the Z list "celebrities" that inhabit this swamp of a show. Hence the actions of one individual cannot really influence the outcome.

Gest was evicted from the jungle last week in fourth place.

Jackson's brother, Tito, is quoted as saying:

"It was such a shame David went out, but we think he did a great job. Michael voted for David to stay in. He spent a fortune."

What a waste of time and money!

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Molestation Claims Rejected

In a rare piece of good news for Michael Jackson claims made against Jackson, by Daniel Kapon, for child molestation and fraud have been dismissed by a Los Angeles judge.

Kapon has accused Jackson of "repeatedly and forcefully sexually molested him" from when he was two until he was 14.

L.A. Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu dismissed the molestation claim, along with charges of plagiarism, conversion, breach of contract, accounting fraud, negligence, civil conspiracy and unfair business practices.

However, allegations of assault, battery, willful misconduct, false imprisonment and sexual battery are still open.

Kapon filed a suit in January 2006 in Orange County. The suit alleged that Jackson forced him to take drugs, drink alcohol and subjected him to unnecessary cosmetic surgery, and burned, tortured and beat him.

Kapon claims that he was occasionally held captive in a car as well as at Neverland.

Kapon also claims that Jackson stole Kapon's song lyrics, ideas and melodies during the years when Bad, Dangerous, HIStory, and Blood on the Dance Floor were released. It should be noted that Kapon was aged between four and 14 at that stage.

The remaining case is scheduled to go to trial June 4 2007.

Monday, December 04, 2006

Casino Plan For Neverland

The Sun reports that a Native American tribe wishes to purchase Neverland for £20M, in order to turn it into a casino.

Given Jackson's perilous financial situation, he would be wise to take them up on their offer.