Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, September 30, 2005

Jackson Coming To London

A British tabloid claims that Michael Jackson will come to London next week, to record "From The Bottom of My Heart" for the victims of Katrina.

We shall see.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Jackson Tries To Reinvent Himself

Michael Jackson is trying to reinvent himself as an R&B singer.

That at least is the story according to Michael Luckman, author.

Despite that, there still seems to be no progress on the Katrina relief single "From The Bottom of My Heart".

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

The Trials Continue

Michael Jackson, despite ending one trial in California, has several other "legal" issues to attend to.

Jackson flew to London on Friday to take a deposition by the attorney representing his former business partner, Marc Schaffel.

Schaffel is suing Jackson for $4M, for an unpaid loan.

However, because Jackson does not want to return to the USA he requested that the deposition be served at London's Dorchester Hotel.

Jackson paid for Schaffel, King, Mesereau, Jackson's Houston attorney Michael Sydow and their entourages to fly London via business class and for their hotel bills.

Nice trip!

Allegedly, Jackson claimed innocence, by denying knowledge of the items that Schaffel bought for him.

Other legal matters that Jackson must attend to include:

-$48M lawsuit brought by Darien Dash

-Custody/visitation fight with the mother of his two eldest children

-A civil action brought by a New Orleans man, who claims to have a repressed memory of Jackson molesting him when he was underage