Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, May 25, 2007

Vegas Show In Doubt

Michael Jackson's plans for possible comeback shows in Las Vegas are under threat, as he has reportedly demanded £100M to perform.

Not surprisingly those who are expected to fork out the £100M are of the view that Jackson is "taking the piss". Therefore talks have broken down.

I'll do it for £10M!

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Party Party!

Michael Jackson is to be paid $10M, to attend Brunei's Prince Azim's 25th birthday party.

A source is quoted in The Daily Mirror as saying:

"Absolutely no expense has been spared for his party - Michael Jackson is his all-time idol and he said he’d pay whatever it took to get him over.

Even though Michael won't be performing, the very fact that he'll be in this stately home mingling with all of the prince's pals makes it worth every penny to Azim

The party will take place this weekend.

Should Prince Azim be reading this, I am happy to attend his party for a mere $100K!

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Jackson Visits UK

Michael Jackson has made a surprise visit to Britain, he flew in from Los Angeles to Heathrow.

It is believed Jackson will be meeting record company executives in London, and David Gest.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Jackson Drops Suit

Lawyers for Michael Jackson have dropped a law suit that attempted to block an auction of Jackson's personal belongings and other Jackson family items.

Jackson didn't appear in a Las Vegas court on Friday, where his lawyer told a judge that a confidential agreement had been reached with representatives of an auctioneer, the current owner of the materials, and a New Jersey man who claimed a warehouse full of Jackson memorabilia after a failed business venture wound up in bankruptcy court.

Gregory Cross, a lawyer for Jackson, told Clark County District Court Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez:

"The matter's been resolved."

Lawyers declined to describe terms of the agreement.